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This entry is missing a definition of the verb "cast" that means to form an object by shaping or moulding it with a die, e.g., casting a bronze statue.

Missing definition for "cast"[edit]

To cast a spell meaning to FORM by bringing the various elements together with energy and intent and to DIRECT it as desired. (Perhaps someone else can say it better - contact Witchschool for further help.) —This comment was unsigned.

That is covered by Verb #6. --Connel MacKenzie 01:13, 25 January 2007 (UTC)


I would create a page in Wiktionary to definition doubts (a /doubts or in a special page for all the words).

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Article References[edit]

The references are very confusing. A better formatter than I is needed, I'm afraid. Ben 10:51, 16 June 2007 (UTC)

Tea Room discussion[edit]

See Wiktionary:Tea room/2016/February#warp.2C_cast.