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  1. Re·né [ruh-ney], /rəˈneɪ/, 1887–1976, French diplomat and human-rights advocate: at the United Nations 1946–68; Nobel Peace Prize 1968.

Words Nearby Cassin Unabridged Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2023

How to use Cassin in a sentence

  • This bird is much like Cassin Auklet, but lacking the white spot over the eye and having a white breast.

    Western Bird Guide | Chester A. (Chester Albert) Reed, Harry F. Harvey, and Rex I. Brasher
  • Captain Cassin was seen coolly walking the taffrail, a target for every shot, but he escaped without a wound, as if by a miracle.

    Twelve Naval Captains | Molly Elliot Seawell
  • The Cassin which was making fifteen knots continued on its course until near the position where the submarine had disappeared.

  • To his courage and his quickness is due the fact that Ingram's was the only life lost in the German attack on the Cassin.

  • The mother-in-law's fears certainly did not materialize, for Mrs. Cassin, junior, lived a long and honored life.

    A Portrait of Old George Town | Grace Dunlop Ecker