How do you use cast in a sentence?
- They're putting a cast on her leg right now.
- Does he cast a shadow?
- Why were they cast out of the underworld?
- Darkyn's mate cast a worried look at the teen demoness, who was shaking.
- When she had cast aside all the jeans she couldn't wear, there was room for everything else.
Also to know is, what is the sentence of cast?
(1) They have canvassed the votes cast carefully. (2) It's one of those old Hollywood epics with a cast of thousands. (3) She cast a welcoming smile in his direction. (4) He cast about for an escape route.
Furthermore, what is the meaning of casted? In current usage, however, casted is gaining ground, especially where cast means either (1) to assemble actors for a performance, or (2) to throw out bait and/or a lure on a fishing line. (
In this regard, how do you use the word cast?
- [S] [T] Tom has had his leg in a cast for a few weeks now. (
- [S] [T] On Christmas day, Tom's right leg was still in a cast. (
- [S] [T] Tom has a cast iron stomach.
- [S] [T] The doctor told Tom that he had to wear a cast for three weeks. (
- [S] [T] The die is cast. (
- [S] [T] The die has been cast. (
Is casted a word?
The verb cast is conventionally uninflected in the past tense and as a past participle. Casted is an old form—examples are easily found in texts from every century from the 14th to the present—but it has given way to cast in modern English.