First Known Use of cast-off
Definition of cast off
- cast off a hunting dog
- cast off a boat
Examples of cast off in a Sentence
once she became rich and didn't need them anymore, she cast off all her old friends like so much junk
Recent Examples of cast off from the Web
Spain has built an advanced democracy, created a welfare state and cast off its past isolation to join the European Union.
The red-bearded bopper, a part-time player with minimal power early in his career, was cast off by the Orioles and Mets.
Wood never found comfort, posting an ERA that flirted with 7.00 before being cast off to San Diego.
These hot dogs, wrapped in bacon and cooked on tin foil oven pans outside the Coliseum, cast off a smell that can only be described as angelic.
To cast off and set out wandering is one of our immanent desires.
That leaves the Believers with an opportunity to cast off the spell of the echo chamber and join their effort.
On the day of departure, the cruisers on neighboring boats relaxed in the morning sun before casting off their lines.
The new season of Jill Soloway’s family-drama masterpiece about casting off the shackles of a binary gender system is for the die-hards — don’t just jump in now to see what all the fuss is.
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- She wore cast-off clothes.
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