Definition of Cassie

1. Noun. Tropical American thorny shrub or small tree; fragrant yellow flowers used in making perfumery.

Definition of Cassie

1. Proper noun. A diminutive form of the female given name Cassandra. ¹

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Literary usage of Cassie

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London by Royal Society (Great Britain) (1890)
"cassie, MA Communicated by Professor JJ THOMSON, FRS Received May 24, 1889. (Abstract.) The variation with temperature of specific inductive capacity was ..."

2. Artists of the Nineteenth Century and Their Works: A Handbook Containing Two by Clara Erskine Clement Waters, Laurence Hutton (1879)
"cassie, James. (Brit.) Born in Aberdeen, Scotland, he was comparatively sell-taught as an artist, and has spent the greater part of his professional life in ..."

3. American Druggist (1885)
"Orris 20 Vanilla 16 Extract cassie 10 oz. Tonka 10 " Orange 20 " Jasmine 20 Rose 20 " Neroli 10 " Orris 10 " Musk 4 " Vanilla 10 " Civet 5 Oil Almonds, ..."

4. Decisions of the Court of Session: From the Year 1733 to the Year 1754 Scotland Court of Session, Patrick Grant Elchies, William Maxwell Morison by Scotland Court of Session, Patrick Grant Elchies, William Maxwell Morison (1813)
"MARY DICK against MRS cassie. No. 11. No. 12. No. 13. A WAN in his contract of marriage with his second wife, having recited a bond of 1000 merks given by ..."

5. The Flash-point: A Play in Three Acts by Florida Scott-Maxwell (1914)
"[cassie gets up and turns around slowly.] Now I wonder if I could get anything nice at a sale ? cassie [sits]. Oh, you have to make up your mind. MBS. ..."

6. Heralds of a Liberal Faith by Samuel Atkins Eliot (1910)
"ROBERT cassie WATERSTON was born in Kennebunk, Me., in 1812. He studied theology at Cambridge under the personal charge of Dr. Henry Ware and Professor John ..."

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