verb (used with or without object) Scot.
Origin of ca'
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This is known as close air support, or CAS, in military jargon.
“Lack of forward firing ordnance in a CAS supporting aircraft is a major handicap,” he added.
“SA-6s are the least of our concerns for CAS in the modern age of surface-to-air missile system proliferation,” the official said.
Cas found some cookies and these, with a glass of water, raised Perry's spirits.The Adventure Club Afloat|Ralph Henry Barbour
Nine hundred years ago the tribe of Cas was one of the most powerful of the many Irish clans.Historic Boys|Elbridge Streeter Brooks
From his own writings, it is impossible for the most fanciful brain to extract the ingredients for a "cas Rolland."Romain Rolland|Stefan Zweig
Cas san' dra—a daughter of Priam, and a prophetess, taken captive in the Trojan war and awarded to Agamemnon.
Often our characters blurt out their inmost thoughts to the public, as in Cas.The Dramatic Values in Plautus|Wilton Wallace Blancke