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Cast vs Caste
Cast vs Caste. The movie about an ancient caste included a star-studded cast of famous Indian actors. Cast new light on your writing with ErrNET copyediting!
Cast as a verb is to throw (something) forcefully in a specified direction; cause (light or shadow) to appear on a surface; cause (a magic spell) to take effect; register (a vote); throw the hooked and baited end of (a fishing line) into the water; cause (uncertainty or disparagement) to be associated with something.
Cast as a noun is the actors taking part in a play, movie, or other production; a rigid dressing, usually made of gauze and plaster, used to immobilize an injured, fractured, or dislocated body part.
Caste is each of the hereditary classes of Hindu society, distinguished by relative degrees of ritual purity or pollution and of social status; any class or group of people who inherit exclusive privileges or are perceived as socially distinct.
Cast and caste are both pronounced the same but have different meanings and spellings and get easily confused. ErrNET proofreading technology will cast a spell on your wiring errors and make them disappear forever!
Cast sentence examples:
The fly fisherman was so skilled that he could cast a line within inches of his target.
I think your girlfriend has cast a love spell on you dude.
How many people do you know that will sit in a movie theater after the movie and watch the entire cast and crew credits?
Hopefully, you will never break a bone because a cast can get very uncomfortable, especially in warm weather.
The new movie included an incredible all-star cast.
The defendant’s comments while on the stand cast doubt to his innocence in the minds of the jury.
The moon cast a beautiful light on the lake last night.
A special electrical saw is used by a surgeon to remove a patient’s cast.
I forgot it was election and need to go cast my vote before the voting booths close.
Caste sentence examples:
He loved her and wanted to marry her but her Hindu caste, which he was not a part of, would not allow it.
His mother was shocked when he brought home the girl he was going to marry because she was not part of their high-society social caste.
Being raised in a wealth-driven, privileged caste does not necessarily prepare one to function well in the real world.
So he thinks he knows everything just because he came from money and a privileged caste?
If you think you are better than anyone just because you were brought up in a privileged caste, you are dead wrong!