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casa

[kah-suh, -sah] /ˈkɑ sə, -sɑ/
noun, Southwestern U.S.
1.
a house.
Origin of casa
1835-1845
1835-45, Americanism; < Spanish < Latin: hut, cabin
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  • I have, in fact, strictly forbidden him to repeat his visit to casa Grande, under any circumstances.

    The Prairie Mother Arthur Stringer
  • Artois was satisfied that the members of the casa del Mare were in bed.

    A Spirit in Prison Robert Hichens
  • Backing and flanking the walls appear to have been other houses, smaller but built in the same fashion as casa Grande.

  • The other windows on this side of the casa del Mare were dark.

    A Spirit in Prison Robert Hichens
  • To the first worldly shelter you sought—the peon's hut or the Alcalde's casa—you would have thought it necessary to bring a story.

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