noun cas·er \ˈkāsə(r)\

Definition of caser



  1. 1 :  one that cases or that makes, packs, or works with cases or casings

  2. 2 :  a pottery worker who makes block, case, and working molds of plaster of paris —called also blocker

  3. 3 :  one that applies casing to tobacco leaves or lump tobacco

  4. 4 :  a shoe-factory worker who selects and bundles paired soles from stock according to orders from the lasting and bottoming departments

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Origin and Etymology of caser

2,3case + -er

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a trip made at another's expense

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