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  • v. Simple past tense and past participle of cask.

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Examples

  • The age 16 year, 18 year, etc. refers to the youngest whisky in the bottle, dating from when it was first casked.

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  • Monkey Shoulder: a blend of small-batch single malts from three Speyside distilleries, casked in batches of 27.

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  • I'd say a third of our remaining supply of canned and casked food is gone.

    The Terror

  • At length, when the last pint is casked, and all is cool, then the great hatchways are unsealed, the bowels of the ship are thrown open, and down go the casks to their final rest in the sea.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • But all this is quite different with a South Sea Sperm Whaler; which in a voyage of four years perhaps, after completely filling her hold with oil, does not, perhaps, consume fifty days in the business of boding out; and in the state that it is casked, the oil is nearly scentless.

    Moby Dick; or the Whale

  • I sadly fear these stout old Greeks, having power for the nonce, would, throwing philosophy to the dogs in a moment of paroxysmal indignation, despite physiognomies trained to resemble their own, have these fellows casked up in tubs without lanterns, but with the appropriate “snuffers,” fit emblems of their faiths, and dropped far outside Sandy Hook.

    Percy Bysshe Shelley as a Philosopher and Reformer

  • -- I sadly fear these stout old Greeks, having power for the nonce, would, throwing philosophy to the dogs in a moment of paroxysmal indignation, despite physiognomies trained to resemble their own, have these fellows casked up in tubs without lanterns, but with the appropriate "snuffers," fit emblems of their faiths, and dropped far outside Sandy Hook.

    Percy Bysshe Shelley as a Philosopher and Reformer

  • But all this is quite different from a South Sea Sperm Whaler; which in a voyage of four years perhaps, after completely filling her hold with oil, does not, perhaps, consume fifty days in the business of boiling out; and in the state that it is casked, the oil is nearly scentless.

    Moby Dick: or, the White Whale

  • But all this is quite different with a South Sea Sperm Whaler; which in a voyage of four years perhaps, after completely filling her hold with oil, does not, perhaps, consume fifty days in the business of boiling out; and in the state that it is casked, the oil is nearly scentless.

    Moby Dick, or, the whale

  • There are gravity-draining casked ales that probably could have benefited from a little cool carbonation like the Dogfish Head-Italian collaboration Gina, that tasted like herbal tea steeped from sweat socks.

    Phillies Zone

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