verb (used without object), chas·séd, chas·sé·ing.
Words nearby chassé
Origin of chassé
Examples from the Web for chasse
Our gallant friend, apparently chagrined that we should have been disappointed in our fishing, proposed a chasse.
Whilst the French were pitching their fulgara into Chasse's citadel, the bells went on ringing quite cheerfully.Roundabout Papers|William Makepeace Thackeray
Then half a bottle of red wine, a demi-syphon, and a caf and chasse.
She had relinquished years before the chasse for personal excitement; she had replaced it by 'the chasse of the five-franc piece.'The History of David Grieve|Mrs. Humphry Ward
Oh, yes, sare, I have been at the chasse of de small dicky-bird—tom-tit—cock-robin—vot you call.Ask Momma|R. S. Surtees