A sturdy cylindrical container for storing liquids; a barrel.(noun)
The quantity that such a container can hold.(noun)
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Use "cask" in a sentence
"The wines were exported in cask and bottled and cellared there."
"In fact, cask is under-represented in the north, largely because "northern" brands such as John Smith's and Boddingtons are in decline."
""Oodles and oodles of it, gold and gold and better than gold, in cask and chest, in cask and chest, a fathom under the sand," the"