Cask-of-amontillado



a short story (1846) by Edgar Allan Poe.

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  • Casked

    a container made and shaped like a barrel, especially one larger and stronger, for holding liquids. the quantity such a container holds: wine at 32 guineas a cask. to place or store in a cask. noun a strong wooden barrel used mainly to hold alcoholic drink: a wine cask any barrel the quantity contained in […]

  • Casket

    a coffin. a small chest or box, as for jewels. to put or enclose in a casket. Contemporary Examples Sitting in chairs staring at the casket are friends, family, and… Kevin Spacey? Kevin Spacey Stars as a Frank Underwood-like Warmonger in ‘Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare’ Alec Kubas-Meyer November 7, 2014 Jerry Seinfeld once said […]



  • Casking

    a container made and shaped like a barrel, especially one larger and stronger, for holding liquids. the quantity such a container holds: wine at 32 guineas a cask. to place or store in a cask. noun a strong wooden barrel used mainly to hold alcoholic drink: a wine cask any barrel the quantity contained in […]

  • Casluhim

    casluhim fortified, a people descended from Mizraim (Gen. 10:14; 1 Chr. 1:12). Their original seat was probably somewhere in Lower Egypt, along the sea-coast to the south border of Palestine. Historical Examples With these, and not with the casluhim, should the Philistim be connected. The Rand-McNally Bible Atlas Jesse L. Hurlbut



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