casing[ key-sing ]SEE DEFINITION OF casing
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CASING
The casing also serves to retain a certain amount of lubricant.
Now she was leaning against one casing of the doorway, now against the other.
That is, the casing had been run on through the producing strata, shutting it off.
For the walls of the hole below the bottom of the casing had caved.
The door was open, but the casing was only three inches above the water.
You've probably read about how the job of casing a joint should be done.
He was casing the joint, making sure there was no one left in it.
The fur looked interesting, and he skinned it out, casing the hide.
This casing was separated from the pattern and given a coat of shellac on the inside.
No tight lacing; no casing in whalebone—nothing like a hoop.