noun, plural chan·cel·ler·ies.
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Example sentences from the Web for chancellery
One was simply shot across his desk at the Vice-Chancellery.
The notes that passed from chancellery to chancellery were couched in most friendly language.
The Chancellery is in the courtyard, having its separate entrance and staircase.The Sunny Side of Diplomatic Life, 1875-1912|Lillie DeHegermann-Lindencrone
My Saxon friend was named M. Gentz, but was no relation of the diplomat of the same name attached to the Austrian chancellery.
If you imagine we shall receive the congratulations of the Chancellery, you are mistaken.
You see the effect of being in the Chancellery—I never have a quiet conscience until the time-limit has expired.
British Dictionary definitions for chancellery
noun plural -leries or -lories
- the residence or office of an embassy or legation
- the office of a consulate