How to Pronounce cask?

Correct pronunciation for the word "cask" is [kˈask], [kˈask], [k_ˈa_s_k].

What are the misspellings for cask?

"Cask" in context

The cask traditionally refers to a barrel or container that is used to store, mature and transport alcoholic beverages like wine and beer. It's also known as a tun or hogshead. This type of container is formed of wood, typically made of oak staves, and held together by hoops of metal. It has a tapered shape and its wide opening makes filling and emptying the cask relatively easy. A closed cask is filled through the "bunghole" or small hole on its side, and emptied through the large end of the cask.

What are similar-sounding words for cask?

Usage over time for cask:

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

15 words made out of letters CASK

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