Month: June 2017

orangerie  (OR’-uhn-jree)

orangerie (OR’-uhn-jree)

  http://snobwords.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/06/orangerie-American-accent.mp3 orangerie: a garden building, independent or attached to another structure, with tall windows on its south side designed for wintering potted orange, lemon, and other ornamental trees in cool climates.

atelier (ah΄-tell-YAY΄)

atelier (ah΄-tell-YAY΄)

Atelier is French for ‘artist’s studio’ or ‘craftsman’s workshop.’ It’s not a snooty word in its native language. In fact, in France, where everyone from cobblers to internationally-recognized sculptors work in ateliers, it’s a neutral term. We Anglophones have given the word its snob value. […]

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