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casaque

[ ka-zak ]
/ kaˈzak /
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noun, plural ca·saques [ka-zak]. /kaˈzak/. French.
a loose-fitting blouse for women.
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How to use casaque in a sentence

  • She was dressed in bronze satin, with a flowered brocade "casaque," and one string of splendid pearls.

    Italian Letters of a Diplomat's Life|Mary Alsop King Waddington
  • Jaque, espece de petite casaque militaire qu'on portait au moyen age sur les armes et sur la cuirasse.

    The Flags of the World|F. Edward Hulme
  • “How large your casaque is about the neck,” said Joy, carelessly.

    Gypsy Breynton|Elizabeth Stuart Phelps
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