noun, plural chaî·nés [she-neyz; French she-ney] /ʃɛˈneɪz; French ʃɛˈneɪ/. Ballet.
Origin of chaîné
Examples from the Web for chaine
Without a word, Chaine took out the screw and handed it to the sculptor, who filled his pipe.
When Antrim opened its first flower show I was a boy of all work at old Mrs. Chaine's.My Lady of the Chimney Corner|Alexander Irvine
To see it is a matter of trifling difficulty, except on one particular day—that devoted to the rivetting of the chaine.
They were Chaine's three masterpieces, which now followed him from fair to fair, from one end of Paris to the other.
After this, he was led to the fyre, with a rope about his neck, and a chaine of irne about his myddill.The Works of John Knox, Vol. 1 (of 6)|John Knox