Definition of Cacheted
1. cachet [v] - See also: cachet
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cacheted
Literary usage of Cacheted
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Echoes from the Backwoods: Or, Sketches of Transatlantic Life by Richard George Augustus Levinge (1846)
"... bijou with a well cacheted billet to la bella principessa, who, delighted with so novel a cadeau, but mistaking its use, asked a large circle of friends ..."
2. Postal Riders and Raiders by W. H. Gantz (1912)
"... or suggestion that the evaporated million he spoke of would be, or could be, very securely cacheted or “fenced” in this “account of previous years. ..."