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#114362 - 10/24/03 12:08 PM cheval glass
'It's a new coat,' said Mr. Tupman, as the stranger surveyed
himself with great complacency in a cheval glasshe first that's
been made with our club button,' and he called his companions'
attention to the large gilt button which displayed a bust of Mr.
Pickwick in the centre, and the letters 'P. C.' on either side.
SYLLABICATION: che·val glass
NOUN: A long mirror mounted on swivels in a frame.
ETYMOLOGY: From French cheval, support, horse. See chevalet.
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