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casa

[ kah-suh, -sah ]

noun

, Southwestern U.S.
  1. a house.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of casa1

1835–45, Americanism; < Spanish < Latin: hut, cabin

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Example Sentences

The complaint says improper actions by Corado, including the unaccounted-for expenditure of funds and a failure by the Casa Ruby Board of Directors to provide oversight led to a financial crisis.

Among other things, Goldman, who testified under oath, said she knew of just one meeting held by the Casa Ruby Board of Directors in the past four years.

They each allege that the Casa Ruby Board of Directors failed to provide required oversight over Corado’s action for as long as the past 10 years.

Casa Bruja is a diamond in the rough, a refuge among all this bedlam.

Light amber in color with a subtle sour finish, Fula is one of Casa Bruja's best sellers.

I order a $4.00 glass of Casa Bruja's award-winning Chivoperro IPA.

De Mena offers me a glass of Sir Francis Drake, Casa Bruja's red ale.

But Pragnell is hoping Casa Bruja will sidestep the trend's downturn.

The Pardo may be reached through the Casa de Campo, a gate at the extreme end of the principal drive leading into the forest.

For the present he merely waved her towards the Casa, and then turned to take a hand in the fighting.

Producing a couple of wax tapers, he lighted them, handed one to Coronado, and led the way into the silent Casa de Montezuma.

The sergeant and such of his men as were not on post slept or watched in the open air at the corner of the Casa.

As soon as it was light enough to distinguish objects clearly, a lively fire opened from the roof of the Casa.

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