cartoonist, n. caricaturist, lampoonist, lampooner, pasquinader, burlesquer, satirist; artist, sketcher, drawer, animator,
cartridge, n. 1. shell, cartouche, canister, canister shot, case shot, cap; bullet, ball, grenade, Mil. projectile.
2. capsule, cylinder, case, container; reservoir, magazine, cassette,
carve, v. 1. cut, chisel, sculpt, sculpture, tool, block out, rough-hew; cast, form, mold, fashion, model, figure; hammer out, forge, roughcast, knock out; gouge out, gash, slash, hack, hackle; engrave, groove, cut in, trench, incise, grave, scrape, stipple; etch, notch, whittle, Archaic, insculp.
2. hew, saw, trim, prune, lop; detruncate, dismember, dislimb, disjoint, amputate, quarter; slice, cleave, chop, rive; sever, dissever, rend, halve, abscind, split, dissect.
3. divide, apportion, portion, partition; parcel, distribute, deal, dole, allot, allocate, assign; subdivide, split up, part.
cascade, n. waterfall, falls, cataract, chute, niagara; downpour, shower, deluge, flood; rush, slide, avalanche.
case1, n. 1. instance, occurrence, occasion; happening, phenomenon, event, adventure; affair, concern, matter, business; precedent, antecedent, exemplar; representative, prototype, type, standard, model, paradigm, norm; example, illustration, sample, exemplification, specimen.
2. situation, condition, state, circumstance, position, place; plight, problem, difficulty; predicament, Inf. fix, Inf. pickle, mess, pinch, turn, straits; dilemma, impasse, cul-de-sac, corner.
3. statement, presentation, postulation, plea; explanation, exposition, explication, reasoning, reason, rationale; argument, position, premise; thesis, assumption, hypothesis, supposition, presupposition, sup-posal; evidence, ground, testimony, proof, facts.
4. patient, sick person, invalid, valetudinarian, sufferer, victim, Archaic, sickling.
case2, n. 1. container, box, receptacle, can, canister, skippet; carton, package, crate, trunk, coffer, casket, caddy, bin, chest, cabinet; Rom. Cath. Ch. monstrance or ostensorium, pyx, Gk. and Rom. Antiq. pyxis; repository, reliquary, shrine; tray, vasculum; vessel, cask, hogshead, firkin, keg, tun, tub, vat, barrel; cartridge, cartouche, magazine, chamber.
2. covering, casing, sheathing, sheath, scabbard; envelope, wrapper, jacket, cover; boot, socket, holder, ferrule; integument, tegument, investment, Bot. involucre or involucrum, capsule, sac, wrapping, cloak; casement, housing, protection; pod, calyx, Dial, cod; rind, crust, peel, skin; shell, husk, bark, cortex, hull.
3. pair, couple, brace.
4. frame, framework, form, mold, cut; shape, structure, outline, contour.
casement, n. sash, frame, framing, framework, window frame, window sash, case, casing; wicket, oriel, dormer, bay window, bow window,
cash, n. 1. legal tender, currency, coinage, specie, mintage, coin; lucre, money, hard money, change, SI. dough, SI. bucks, bill, bank note, note, SI. scratch. See - money.
-v. 2. turn into money, realize in cash, liquidate assets, exchange, change.
cashier1, n. teller, banker, Finance, cambist; treasurer, bursar, purser, depositary; accountant, comptroller, controller; (of gambling houses) croupier,