The act of 1 whom casts or tosses as with fishing
- item formed by a mold
- the act of making some thing by casting it in a mold
- the act of tossing a fishing line-out over the liquid by means of a rod and reel
- the choice of stars to relax and play specific roles in a play or film
- of Cast
- The act of 1 just who casts or throws, such as fishing.
- The act or process of making casts or impressions, or of shaping steel or plaster in a mildew; the act or perhaps the procedure of pouring molten material into a mold.
- whatever is cast in a mildew; esp. the mass of material so cast; because, a casting in metal; bronze-casting.
- The warping of a board.
- The act of casting down, or what is cast-off, as epidermis, feathers, excrement, etc.
providing; alleging by way of excuse. Casting an essoin had been alleging a reason for not showing up in judge to answer an action. Holthouse.
c.1300, "a throwing; belated 14c., "a metal casting, a product of a cast;" verbal noun from cast (v.). Theatrical feeling is from 1814. Casting settee inside naughty-Hollywood feeling is from 1948.
Manufacturing method in which a molten steel is injected or poured into a mold (or mould) to create an object of this desired shape.
- casting call
The evening was already casting long shadows when he leaned down from the saddle and opened the gate to the south pasture.