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EXAMPLE SENTENCES FROM THE WEB

Therefore, a coastwise schooner harbors only transients, for whom the fo'cas'le is merely a shelter between watches.
Car en ce cas je dois mettre poyne de le nuyre et grever comme mon ennemi.
The root caps, or cas, does not appear to have any Teutonic correspondent, and may merit a philological investigation.
He believed his turn would come, even though he were a prisoner in the fo'cas'le of the Jeanne D'Arc.
THE STOLEN SINGERMARTHA IDELL FLETCHER BELLINGER
Chatelard, trying to dodge, tripped over the base of the ladder and went down heavily on the floor of the fo'cas'le.
THE STOLEN SINGERMARTHA IDELL FLETCHER BELLINGER
Faicear thall fa 'r comhair sruth cas ag ruith le gleann cumhann, &c. Thus we passed the night.
Lom bare, cas the foot—caslom bare-foot; ceann the head—ceannlom bare-headed.
Nine hundred years ago the tribe of Cas was one of the most powerful of the many Irish clans.
HISTORIC BOYSELBRIDGE STREETER BROOKS
M'Iver took the place between us, and in the rear, twenty paces, came the gille cas-fleuch.
JOHN SPLENDIDNEIL MUNRO
Pitt's angry injustice met with its due rebuke the next year at St. Cas.

WORD OF THE DAY

derring-donoun | [der-ing-doo ]SEE DEFINITION