cast-off cast-off


  • (adj) thrown away



  • Its voracity is the most catholic in the insect worldit eats paint, bedbugs, hair, grease, wallpaper, gold lettering on books, its own cast-off skin.


  • Nurturing needlework in today’s high-tech era

    When I was 5 and 6 years old, my summer days filled up quickly as I galloped my stick horse across my grandparents’ lush lawn of Kentucky bluegrass, stirred mud pies in cast-off pots and pans in their backyard and even “painted” their sidewalk with a pail of pumped water and a droopy old paintbrush.
    on June 9, 2013     Source: The Daily Sentinel

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