|part of speech:
||an official seal on a document or letter.
The document appears to be authentic since it bears the proper cachet.
||a distinguishing mark, feature, or quality.
Owning a yacht is a cachet of wealth.
Membership in this exclusive club carries a certain cachet.
||a waferlike outer covering used to envelop bad-tasting medicine.
The bitterness is disguised by the sweetened cachet.