Definition of Cashaw
1. cushaw [n -S] - See also: cushaw
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cashaw
Literary usage of Cashaw
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Indian Forester; a Quarterly Magazine of Forestry (1884)
"Posts of ' cashaw' in wire fences last longer than any other, and are in great request ... Kingston is supplied annually with hundreds of tons of cashaw, ..."
2. The Picayune Creole Cook Book (1922)
"Citrouille à ¡a Créole 2 Tints of Pumpkin or cashaw. ... The cashaw, according to the size, is generally cooked all at once. Left-over pumpkin can be ..."
3. Prize Cases in New York: Letter from the Secretary of the Navy, in Answer to by United States Solicitor of the Treasury, United States Navy Dept (1864)
"Received payment, •JOHN cashaw. NEW YORK, April 27, 1862. Received from Robert Murray, esq, United States marshal for the southern district of New York, ..."
4. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1834)
"I see you suspicious wid me,' him say, ' but only come de length of de old hut in de cashaw bush dere, and you shall see I is true man. ..."
5. The Auk: Quarterly Journal of Ornithology by American Ornithologists' Union, Nuttall Ornithological Club (1894)
"One cannot go through the fields of Guinea grass, in which stand the huge cashaw trees, without being reminded of the apple orchards of the northern United ..."
6. Kentucky Receipt Book by Mary Harris Frazer (1903)
"When well heated, add the beets and stir for a few minutes. Serve hot. They may be put in turnip cups, as it makes an attractive dish. cashaw. ..."
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