[ UK /kˈɑːtʌt‍ʃ/ ]
  1. a cartridge (usually with paper casing)
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How To Use cartouche In A Sentence

  • They were stamped upon the bezel of the ring, which had the shape of the cartouche used to enclose royal names. LION IN THE VALLEY
  • Each is massively framed by an ornate gilt rococo cartouche carved by Giovanni Giuliani in 1706.
  • The central figure is St Anne, standing on a pedestal that is decorated with female hybrid creatures, which frame a ritual inscription in a cartouche.
  • The plaster frieze with cartouches and swags of fruit and the luminous stained-glass panels over the windows give the room a baroque glamour.
  • George hadn't spared the oil money and from the street the Warfield, with its fleurs-de-lys and cartouches, showed it. The Black Ice
  • As the son and successor of King Huni and Meresankh I, he was the first king to use the oval cartouche, as opposed to the rectangular serekh, to frame his name when it was written down.
  • Enclosing the scarab was a framework of gold which had held, among other elements, a pair of cartouches containing the names of a pharaoh. The Curse of the Pharaohs
  • There were a ton of cool things in Dr. El-Baz's office, including a photomural of the space shuttle behind his desk and a cartouche with his name written out in hieroglyphics. Zoe P. Strassfield: The Best First Day of School Ever!
  • The cartouche or oval ring enclosing the name of Tutankhamun was found on objects throughout his tomb.
  • November 16, 1990: Iphigénie à Aulis, by Euripides at the Cartoucherie. Ariane Mnouchkine.
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