cask[ kask, kahsk ]SEE DEFINITION OF cask
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CASK
"If your cask is leer, I warrant your purse is full, gaffer," shouted Hordle John.
When cool, put it into a cask, and set it in a cool cellar till spring.
Stop the cask closely, and in six months the wine will be fit to bottle.
Then pour it into the cask, and in a few days it will be fine and clear.
Smashed by a cask of sugar, and six poor children—oh dear, dear, dear!'
And when he was through, the cask broke, and he was just as poor as before.
At once the brushes disappeared and the cask began to fill itself with money.
But it did not have the appearance of a cask, it was too long.
He caulked the cask and declared that the first who sucked it should have a talk with him.
Then put it into a cask with a pound of sugar candy, six pounds of fine raisins, a pint of brandy, and two ounces of isinglass.