cast

[ kast, kahst ]SEE DEFINITION OF cast

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CAST

When the boy got through, he cast a speculative glance at the carpetbag.

You know you have but cast your bread upon the waters—so no more of that!

Release can come only when the race at large is willing to cast the evil thing off.

Casting from us our own faults first, let us cast from us and from him our neighbor's also.

If poor Troubadour had not cast a shoe, we should not have had this trouble.

Stand fast with the anchors in the waist, and be ready for a cast.

His usual vacuity of expression was cast off like a mask and alarm twisted his features.

Rico cast one look at the fiddle, and departed with deep sadness in his heart.

Come, bring thy load, cast it on Him Who fashioned thee from clay.

They loved the trees for the shadow that they cast, and the forest for its silence at noon.

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