It digests the mace, but casts up the nut with its seed uninjured.
Goes to church three times on Sundays, and casts up her eyes to heaven, pleading for sinners, and gambles all night at bridge.
She casts up her eyes for inspiration while she leans forward over the register.
Mould′iness; Mould′warp, the mole, which casts up little heaps of mould.
They are like the troubled sea, which casts up mire and dirt, and fouls itself.
In this also it resembles the sea, that it casts up waves, and often a misty vapor bangs over its surface.
A wave has been set in motion, which cannot stop till it casts up its freight upon the shore, and if Pius IX.
And he casts up the whites of his eyes at Mistress Hortense, laying his hand on his heart.