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cassie

1

[ kas-ee ]

noun



Cassie

2

[ kas-ee ]

noun

  1. a male or female given name, form of Cass.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of cassie1

< French < Provençal cacio, for acacia acacia

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Example Sentences

Cuoco, as Cassie, is who makes this complicated premise all work.

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To that end, she also plays Cassie with enough vulnerability and fragility that we never write her off.

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Cassie, who was seven months pregnant at the wedding, described marrying the love of her life while also preparing to become a first-time mom.

Cassie and her husband, celebrity trainer Alex Fine, are about to be parents for the second time.

Cassie has applied for Medicaid long term services — three or four times, her father said — but was rejected every time.

A YA post-apocalyptic alien invasion novel that follows the story of a teenage girl, Cassie, and her brother, Ben.

One of the people Joe would never hear about is Cassie Johnston.

Kit” —his wife of 40 years—“and Cassie”—his only child—“ran to the door.

When he returned, Lulu and Cassie were kneeling beside the unconscious youth.

First he sent the housekeeper Cassie to her young master, then he went to the quarters to arouse Plato.

Both these preparations are obviously only a solution of the true essential oil of cassie flowers in the neutral fatty body.

We caution the inexperienced not to confound cassie with cassia, which has a totally different odor.

Emulsin of other odors can be prepared with tubereuse, rose, or cassie (acacia) oil (prepared by enfleurage or maceration).

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