Scrabble word: CAST

CAST

In which Scrabble dictionary does CAST exist?

Scrabble (US/Canada)
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Scrabble (UK)
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Official Scrabble (OSPD)
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WordFeud
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Letterpress
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Lexulous (US)
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Definitions of CAST in dictionaries:

    • noun - the actors in a play
    • noun - container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens
    • noun - the distinctive form in which a thing is made
    • noun - the visual appearance of something or someone
    • noun - bandage consisting of a firm covering (often made of plaster of Paris) that immobilizes broken bones while they heal
    • noun - object formed by a mold
    • noun - the act of throwing dice
    • noun - the act of throwing a fishing line out over the water by means of a rod and reel
    • noun - a violent throw
    • verb - put or send forth
    • verb - deposit
    • verb - select to play,sing, or dance a part in a play, movie, musical, opera, or ballet
    • verb - throw forcefully
    • verb - assign the roles of (a movie or a play) to actors
    • verb - move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment
    • verb - form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold
    • verb - get rid of
    • verb - choose at random
    • verb - formulate in a particular style or language
    • verb - eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth
    • To throw (something, especially something light): The angler cast the line.
    • To shed; molt.
    • To throw forth; drop: cast anchor.
    • To throw on the ground, as in wrestling.
    • To deposit or indicate (a ballot or vote).
    • To turn or direct: All eyes were cast upon the speaker.
    • To cause to fall onto or over something or in a certain direction, as if by throwing: candles casting light; cast aspersions on my character; findings that cast doubt on our hypothesis.
    • To bestow; confer: “The government I cast upon my brother” (Shakespeare).
    • To roll or throw (dice, for example).
    • To draw (lots).
    • To give birth to prematurely: The cow cast a calf.
    • To cause (hunting hounds) to scatter and circle in search of a lost scent.
    • To choose actors for (a play, for example).
    • To assign a certain role to (an actor): cast her as the lead.
    • To assign an actor to (a part): cast each role carefully.
    • To form (liquid metal, for example) into a particular shape by pouring into a mold.
    • To give a form to; arrange: decided to cast the book in three parts.
    • To contrive; devise: cast a plan.
    • To calculate or compute; add up (a column of figures).
    • To calculate astrologically: cast my horoscope.
    • To warp; twist: floorboards cast by age.
    • To turn (a ship); change to the opposite tack.
    • To throw something, especially to throw out a lure or bait at the end of a fishing line.
    • To add a column of figures; make calculations.
    • To make a conjecture or a forecast.
    • To receive form or shape in a mold.
    • To search for a lost scent in hunting with hounds.
    • Nautical.
    • To veer to leeward from a former course; fall off.
    • To put about; tack.
    • To choose actors for the parts in a play, movie, or other theatrical presentation.
    • To estimate; conjecture.
    • The act or an instance of casting or throwing.
    • The distance thrown.
    • A throwing of a fishing line or net into the water.
    • The line or net thrown.
    • A throw of dice.
    • The number thrown.
    • A stroke of fortune or fate; lot.
    • A direction or expression of the eyes.
    • A slight squint.
    • Something, such as molted skin, that is thrown off, out, or away.
    • The addition of a column of figures; calculation.
    • A conjecture; a forecast.
    • The act of pouring molten material into a mold.
    • The amount of molten material poured into a mold at a single operation.
    • Something formed by this means: The sculpture was a bronze cast.
    • An impression formed in a mold or matrix; a mold: a cast of her face made in plaster.
    • A rigid dressing, usually made of gauze and plaster of Paris, used to immobilize an injured body part, as in a fracture or dislocation.
    • The form in which something is made or constructed; arrangement: the close-set cast of her features.
    • Outward form or look; appearance: a suit of stylish cast.
    • Sort; type: fancied himself to be of a macho cast.
    • An inclination; tendency: her thoughtful cast of mind.
    • The actors in a theatrical presentation.
    • A slight trace of color; a tinge.
    • A distortion of shape.
    • The circling of hounds to pick up a scent in hunting.
    • A pair of hawks released by a falconer at one time.
    • To make a search; look: had to cast about for an hour, looking for a good campsite.
    • To devise means; contrive: cast about for new ways to proceed.
    • To discard; reject: cast off old clothing.
    • To let go; set loose: cast off a boat; cast off a line.
    • To make the last row of stitches in knitting.
    • To estimate the space a mansucript will occupy when set into type.
    • adj - to throw with force [v CAST, CASTING, CASTS] : CASTABLE

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