Textual thesaurus for "cast"

(noun) hurl

a violent throw

(noun) casting

the act of throwing a fishing line out over the water by means of a rod and reel

(noun) roll

the act of throwing dice

(noun) casting

object formed by a mold

(noun) plaster bandage, plaster cast

bandage consisting of a firm covering (often made of plaster of Paris) that immobilizes broken bones while they heal

(noun) mold, mould

container into which liquid is poured to create a given shape when it hardens

(noun) form, shape

the visual appearance of something or someone

the delicate cast of his features

(noun) dramatis personae, cast of characters

the actors in a play

(noun) mould, mold, stamp

the distinctive form in which a thing is made

pottery of this cast was found throughout the region

(verb) upchuck, vomit, vomit up, retch, puke, purge, regorge, regurgitate, cat, chuck, sick, spew, spue, throw up, barf, be sick, disgorge, honk

eject the contents of the stomach through the mouth

After drinking too much, the students vomited; He purged continuously; The patient regurgitated the food we gave him last night

(verb) frame, couch, put, redact

formulate in a particular style or language

I wouldn't put it that way; She cast her request in very polite language

(verb) draw

choose at random

draw a card; cast lots

(verb) hurl, hurtle

throw forcefully

(verb) shake off, shed, drop, cast off, throw, throw away, throw off

get rid of

he shed his image as a pushy boss; shed your clothes

(verb) contrive, throw, project

put or send forth

She threw the flashlight beam into the corner; The setting sun threw long shadows; cast a spell; cast a warm light

(verb) mould, mold

form by pouring (e.g., wax or hot metal) into a cast or mold

cast a bronze sculpture

(verb) tramp, swan, stray, drift, roam, ramble, range, vagabond, wander, roll, rove

move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment

The gypsies roamed the woods; roving vagabonds; the wandering Jew; The cattle roam across the prairie; the laborers drift from one town to the next; They rolled from town to town