noun, plural chat·e·lains [shat-l-eynz; French shahtuh-lan]. /ˈʃæt lˌeɪnz; French ʃɑtəˈlɛ̃/.
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Evidently the chatelain used to enter by climbing up through Villeneuve-Loubet as we had done.
Monsieur le Maire told us that the chatelain came often, and never forgot to invite him to meet the guests at the castle.
In the next scene we are treated to a small specimen of M. de Chatelain's genius as an emendator of Shakespeare.
Her father was sent for first of all, and he came to court in handsome style, like a great lord and a chatelain.Four Arthurian Romances|Chretien DeTroyes
Her eyes were cast down, her little slipper tapped the lawn, and her fingers played nervously with her chatelain.The Man from Archangel|A. Conan Doyle