cast iron‘Your plots are cast iron,’ Maximilian said.
cast doubtThe investigation has cast doubt on the safety of 28 pesticides widely sprayed on crops in Britain.
cast outHave you nothing to say to me, cast out here like a leper?
cast offKnit two rows and bind off for a round neck or cast off for a V-neck.
vote castAs the broadcast drew to a close a voice proclaimed ‘a vote cast for any parties which oppose each other is a vote for conflict’.
be castthose without the faith in the certain sons of the kingdom will be cast out
cast asideI hate to see ‘Guernica’ picked up and cast aside like an old sock.
cast and crewThe cast and crew were prepared to plant their tongues in their cheeks and work hard.
cast aroundA whisper went up that Gogarth was a possibility and panicky looks were cast around the room.
cast a shadowYou're too thin to cast a shadow.’
have castIn recent years, Christians from the two traditions have cast aside centuries of hostility to lobby on political issues.
make of cast
old castGetting rid of PAHs requires the replacement of old cast iron mains lined with coal tar paper.