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cascara

noun cas·cara \ka-ˈska-rə\

Definition of CASCARA

Origin of CASCARA

Spanish cáscara husk, bark, probably from cascar to crack, break, from Vulgar Latin *quassicare to shake, from Latin quassare — more at quash
First Known Use: 1879

Rhymes with CASCARA

cascara

noun cas·cara \kas-ˈkar-ə, -ˈkär-; ˈkas-kə-rə\   (Medical Dictionary)

Medical Definition of CASCARA

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