Saul is out—a casualty of Lockhart's new regime—but he'll almost certainly get roped back in.
But Berner runs away instead, and will live in that wreckage always, a casualty, a victim.
And now officials there seemed to be lowballing the casualty numbers.
The ad is a distortion based on blatantly spliced quotes—and as you might expect, facts are the first casualty.
The second casualty of the indictment and trial of Olmert is the Kadima party.
Several of us had narrow escapes, but the only casualty we suffered was Cornelius Coyle.
Their barke receiues seldome or neuer by casualty any wound.
The attack was severe, but the defense was equal to it and the net results were summed up in the casualty lists on both sides.
The first of our casualty lists had been published, and they were terrible.
In the reaction of relief from casualty, resourcefulness now might plead for him.
early 15c., "chance, accident; incidental charge," from casual (adj.) on model of royalty, penalty, etc. Casuality had some currency 16c.-17c. but is now obsolete. Meaning "losses in numbers from a military or other troop" is from late 15c. Meaning "an individual killed, wounded, or lost in battle" is from 1844.