cassina

or cas·si·ne

[kuh-see-nuh]

cassena

or cas·se·ne, cas·si·na, cas·si·ne

[kuh-see-nuh]
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Historical Examples of cassina

  • The Amphitryon and Cassina of Plautus were frequently given.

  • Seizing his long stick, the boy crept toward the fowl behind the screen offered by the cassina bushes.

    Captain Ted

    Louis Pendleton

  • Cassina bushes fringed the shores, the vegetation rising thence to a few tall cypress trees in the center.

    Captain Ted

    Louis Pendleton

  • The chief, at length convinced, led the party to his lodge, and entertained them with a decoction of the herb called Cassina.