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How To Spell Cass?

Correct spelling: Cass

Definition of Cass:

  1. To render useless or void; to annul; to reject; to send away.

List of misspellings for Cass:

  • cxass,
  • casws,
  • casss,
  • fcass,
  • casz,
  • Ca3s,
  • Casq,
  • cassz,
  • dcass,
  • czss,
  • caqss,
  • cqass,
  • c ass,
  • casxs,
  • cadss,
  • cas s,
  • cwass,
  • caxss,
  • caszs,
  • vcass,
  • cassx,
  • caxs,
  • cazss,
  • cawss,
  • csss,
  • xcass,
  • cassw,
  • ca ss.

What does the abbreviation Cass mean?


treasurer; curly-headed; ingenious, clever
Cass as a boy's name (also used as girl's name Cass), is a variant of Caspar (Persian), Cassidy (Irish, Welsh, Gaelic) and Cassius (Latin), and the meaning of Cass is "treasurer; curly-headed; ingenious, clever".

Google Ngram Viewer results for Cass:

This graph shows how "Cass" have occurred between 1800 and 2008 in a corpus of English books.

Examples of usage for Cass:

  1. The first was written by a Michigan man, and he was endorsed by Lewis Cass Henry Ward Beecher and many other noted persons. – Memoirs of Orange Jacobs by Orange Jacobs
  2. Cool as English public men are, and strong as the bonds of party have become, it would be rash to predict that the House of Commons will not be carried away again as it was in the case of Miss Cass and that the cabinet would not regard a vote to adjourn as a censure implying lack of confidence. – The Government of England (Vol. I) by A. Lawrence Lowell

Quotes for Cass:

  1. Well, one doesn't try to hold Cass and Denny and Michelle together. It's a useless task to start with. You just sort of stay out of the way and let things roll as they can.

Rhymes for Cass:

  1. glass, sass, last, ras, gras, crass, gas, grass, nass, brass, sasse, kass, bass, plas, glas, klass, hass, chasse, gass, masse, pass, vass, lass, klas, class, fahs, tass, jass, dass, mass, cas, sas, kras, bras, pasts, lambastes, fass, das;
  2. amass, alas, morass, repass, forecasts, alsace, contrasts, harass, surpass, umass, impasse;