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Correct spelling: cast

Definition of cast:

  1. To vomit.
  2. 1. An object formed by the solidification of a liquid poured into a mould. 2 A mould of a tubular structure, such as a bronchial tube or a renal tubule, formed by a plastic exudate.
  3. The act of casting; a throw; the thing thrown; the distance thrown; motion or turn of the eye; direction, look, or glance; a throw of dice; chance; the form into which a thing is cast; a thing so formed; an impression; shape; mould; a tinge; manner or mien; allotment of parts in a play. To cast aside, to dismiss or reject as useless or inconvenient. To cast away, to reject; to waste; to wreck. To cast down, to throw down; to depress. To cast forth, to throw out; to emit. To cast off, to discard. To cast out, to turn out. To cast up, to reckon up; to upbraid; to vomit. To cast one's self on, to resign or yield one's self to the disposal of, without reserve. To cast young, to miscarry. To cast in the tecth, to upbraid; to charge; to twit. To cast off copy, to ascertain how many printed pages will be made out of a manuscript.
  4. To throw, fling, drive, or thrust; to shed; to direct; to discharge; to throw up; to throw down; to condeinn; to compute; to contrive; to assign, as the parts in a play to the actors; to mould; to throw off, as a proof.
  5. To throw, as a line; to reekon accounts; to consider; to receive form or shape; to warp.

Common misspellings for cast:

caust.

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Examples of usage for cast:

  1. The guns were cast loose, and powder and shot brought from below, and our men stood ready for the next order. –  by
  2. Therefore everyone that had any fish left did cast them immediately into the pond. –  by
  3. She felt only the shame of it, which the habitantes had cast upon her. –  by

Quotes for cast:

  1. In this world, full often, our joys are only the tender shadows which our sorrows cast.
  2. My brother was a great favorite with everybody, and his death cast a gloom upon the whole neighborhood.
  3. Well, we're trying to patch and fix and put a cast on a broken system here. You can call it what you want, but we'll continue to purchase power in a private market.
  4. You, too, women, cast away all the cowards from your embraces; they will give you only cowards for children, and you who are the daughters of the land of beauty must bear children who are noble and brave.
  5. I think I believe a little bit in the power of people to really cast a bad energy on you if they want to. If the bad mojo wants to come your way, look out.
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