from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Something thrown in in addition; an amount given by a seller above the exact measure, as a pound in a stone of wool, or a fleece in a pack.
  • n. A casting or throwing inward: as, a fan-blower works by incast when it blows or forces the air into a space. Also used adjectively: as, an incast fan.


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  • "The police respond as all police forces do; protecting the incasts from the outcasts, keeping the barbarians from the gate. The philosophy of policing has not changed; they just become more violent as the citadel collapses."

    - George Monbiot, The Barbarians at the Gate ,, 19 May 2009.

    October 12, 2009