casa

[kah-suh, -sah]

noun Southwestern U.S.

a house.

Origin of casa

1835–45, Americanism; < Spanish < Latin: hut, cabin
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  • If death had really come into the Casa del Mare that night with the death-charm!

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • And perhaps he would see the new occupant of the Casa del Mare.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • He saw Hermione in her room in the Casa del Mare that night, after she knew.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • She made it—the woman who wronged you made it to bring death into the Casa del Mare.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens

  • Artois was satisfied that the members of the Casa del Mare were in bed.

    A Spirit in Prison

    Robert Hichens