Definition of Casavas

1. casava [n] - See also: casava



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Casavas

caryopses
caryopsides
caryopsis
caryotheca
caryotin
caryotins
casa
casaba
casaba melon
casabas
casal
casamino acid
casamino acids
casas
casava
casavas (current term)
casbah
casbahs
casbene synthetase
cascabel
cascabels
cascable
cascables
cascadable
cascade
cascade aeration
cascade down
cascade everlasting
cascade liquefier
cascade penstemon

Literary usage of Casavas

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1. An Autobiography: The Story of the Lord's Dealings with Mrs. Amanda Smith by Amanda Smith (1893)
"Tin: child was a girl about fourteen years old, and while in the casava farm digging casavas she was bitten by what is culled the casava snake, ..."

2. Correspondance, littéraire, philosophique et critique par Grimm, Diderot by Friedrich Melchior Grimm, Denis Diderot, Raynal (Guillaume-Thomas-François), Jacques-Henri Meister, Maurice Tourneux (1882)
"... casavas, dit d'), acteur do la Com.-Fr. Ses débats, VII, (Wfi. ALLARD (Ml|c), danseuse. 'Son portrait avec Dauberval, ..."

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