Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.


Bein' his servant, I wear all his cas' off clothes which I was glad to have.

The beautiful coast about Cas Catal had a herbage of its own.

"Yes, and if we had a torpedo we could sink her," said Cas Temple from the hatch.

Yas, suh; I jus' marches 'em in an' tells 'em how to cas' dey vote.

Indeed, ordinary light never has the effect of causing luminescence in the same sense as it causes phosphorescence of CaS.

Another variety of lover's extravagance is the lavishing of terms of endearment, as we find in Cas.

Often our characters blurt out their inmost thoughts to the public, as in Cas.

Oh, I tell yer he talk purty talk ter Mandy, but he cas dem sheep eyes at Tish.

Certum cas locum corticibus includunt, ac tegunt pellibus, ne qua possit aer aspirare.

Cas san' dra—a daughter of Priam, and a prophetess, taken captive in the Trojan war and awarded to Agamemnon.