cask

Part of speech: noun

A helmet.

Part of speech: noun

A barrel shaped wooden vessel, or the quantity it will hold.

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Usage examples "cask":

  1. It filled my throat, sending me to the water cask till I was ashamed. - "The Last of the Plainsmen", Zane Grey.
  2. Out through the cellar- door I saw him riding- Upon a cask- he went full chase. - "Faust", Goethe.
  3. Captain Blow then told me to put an eighteen- gallon cask in the port- quarter boat, and go away to the barque with it. - "The Honour of the Flag", W. Clark Russell.