[ UK /ʃɑːtɹˈɜːz/ ]
[ US /ʃɑɹˈtɹus, ʃɑɹˈtɹuz/ ]
  1. aromatic green or yellow liqueur flavored with orange peel and hyssop and peppermint oils; made at monastery near Grenoble, France
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How To Use Chartreuse In A Sentence

  • For the last two weeks I have seldom stirred out of bed except for meals, reading-matter, or to visit the toilet and cough up chartreuse slime. ‘We Didn’t Start the Flame War’
  • Insert a few bundles of greenery into a grapevine wreath and weave butterfly vine with chartreuse seed pods through stiff vine stems.
  • The leaves were just out, and his father had captured the delicate early green, chartreuse, that is gone in a week. Joe Burke's Last Stand
  • Ms. Vezirian, who sported a newsboy cap and a chartreuse sweater, had me strip and assume various odd positions Arms up! Behind That Healthy Glow
  • The intermediate colors - yellow, chartreuse, and green - are similarly reversed.
  • If serving chartreuse cold, place a weight on top of the cooked mold and chill.
  • Already visible in 2003, by 2004 coloured fashion handbags will become usual again as bags of all colours from mauves to chartreuse are used to provide chic statement looks to a more casually dressed consumer.
  • chartreuse" and "none," local marketing exec Kate O'Neill had this status update retort: Top News
  • The skin should also include all the white pith (leaving the grapefruit flesh that can be cut up, sweetened and marinated in some green chartreuse for another meal like breakfast).
  • Fishing a chartreuse and white clouser minnow, I was soon catching ladyfish, but it was one of those baby tarpon I wanted - but I couldn't get one to take.
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