Recent Examples of caster from the Web
While the main streams assume a good level of game knowledge, in that original newcomer stream the casters took time to describe the basics of the game and its variety of characters and items.
The Creeper is supported by three easy-rolling urethane casters.
For more than a century, water-intensive industries like beer breweries, leather tanneries and engine casters prospered in southeastern Wisconsin.
The rear wheel on these RipStik caster boards can stop rotating and lock up while in use, posing a fall hazard.
Some 12,000 first-time fly-casters came out that year, and another 15,000 signed up in each of the years since.
A soft Céline pump boot with an avant-garde garter belt is perfect for more outré soul-searchers, while classic spell-casters might prefer Jil Sander’s pointed kitten heels.
My journey to healthy hair includes caster oil, self-acceptance, and acknowledging the privilege my proximity to whiteness affords me.
South African Caster Semenya extended her unbeaten streak in the 800 to 24 consecutive races.
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First Known Use of caster
CASTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of caster for English Language Learners
: a small wheel attached to the bottom of something (such as a piece of furniture) to make it easier to move
CASTER Defined for Kids
Definition of caster for Students
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