Definition Of cachets
a distinguishing mark or seal.
The historian's pose dissociates the author from all the observations he lets fall save those sealed with a personal cachet .
a flat capsule enclosing a dose of unpleasant-tasting medicine.
Once he had to prepare a sedative cachet for an obstreperous lion; fortunately he did not have to administer it.
the state of being respected or admired; prestige.
no other shipping company had quite the cachet of Cunard
Example Of cachets
Also, whereas eating your sushi off of a laydee rather than a plate has some cachet of status or decadence, drawing a female nude has no similar status in comparison to, say, a still life.
Although nobody can deny that having a ‘royal’ among the riders is added cachet for the sport, it is unthinkable that team selection could be done on anything other than merit.
And of course, as Indian food continues to gain in cachet you will also see many chefs who have graduated from American culinary institutes getting the star power-mantle of a celebrity chef.
But these brands have yet to exploit the cachet of ‘Made in the U.S.A.’ in their marketing, in the way that some non-runway labels have seized upon.
He continued: ‘The whole idea of good quality French produce has immense international cachet .’