a variety of the winter melon, Cucumis melo inodorus, having a wrinkled, yellow rind and sweet, juicy, greenish flesh.
Alligator pears, cassaba melon or other fruit may be substituted for above.
New Royal Cook Book Anonymous
Many rugs are sold under the name of cassaba, which are really woven at Sparta.
Rugs: Oriental and Occidental, Antique & Modern Rosa Belle Holt
a variant spelling of casaba
a kind of winter muskmelon having a yellow rind and sweet juicy flesh
1889, from Kasaba, old name of Turgutlu, in Aegean Turkey, whence the melons were imported to U.S. The old name is literally “the town.”
c354-297 b.c, king of Macedonia 301-297 (son of Antipater). Historical Examples She sent messengers off to Cassander, urging him to come immediately and join her. Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott Antipater had a son named Cassander, who was a general in his army. Pyrrhus Jacob Abbott This city was built by king Cassander, in the pass which […]
Also called Alexandra. Classical Mythology. a daughter of Priam and Hecuba, a prophet cursed by Apollo so that her prophecies, though true, were fated never to be believed. a person who prophesies doom or disaster. a female given name: from a Greek word meaning “helper of men.”. Contemporary Examples Cassandra, whose hair has already begun […]
a carved bench of the Italian Renaissance, the seat of which is used as a chest.
the juice of bitter cassava root, boiled down to a syrup and used as a flavoring for food, especially in West Indian cookery. Historical Examples The concentrated juice of the bitter cassava, under the name of cassareep, forms the basis of the West India dish, “pepper pot.” The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom P. […]