Definition of "caster" [cast•er]

  • One that casts: a caster of nets. (noun)
  • A small wheel on a swivel, attached under a piece of furniture or other heavy object to make it easier to move. (noun)
  • A small bottle, pot, or shaker for holding a condiment. (noun)
  • A stand for a set of condiment containers. (noun)

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Use "caster" in a sentence
  • "One Continual Flame cast will give the party their convenient light source and that will keep going for as long as the caster is willing to give up that spell slot for."
  • "After a lifetime of openface spinning reels, learning a bait caster is a whole nother ball game, just like trying to conquer the fly rod."
  • "When the caster is ready, the timekeeper calls a random target, one through five."