Casting Vote :
Cast A Long Shadow :
Something or someone that casts a long shadow has considerable influence on other people or events.
Cast Aspersion :
If you cast aspersion, you try to blacken someone’s name and make people think badly of them.
Cast Doubt On :
If you make other people not sure about a matter, than you have cast doubt on it.
Cast Iron Stomach :
A person with a cast iron stomach can eat or drink anything without any ill effects.
Cast Pearls Before Swine :
If you cast pearls before swine, you offer something of value to someone who does not appreciate it
Cast Sheep’s Eyes At :
If you cast sheep’s eyes at someone, you look lovingly or with longing at them.
Cast Your Mind Back :
If somebody tells you to cast your mind back on something, they want you to think about something that happened in the past, but which you might not remember very well and to try to remember as much as possible.
Cast Your Net Widely :
If you cast your net widely, you use a wide range of sources when trying to find something.
Casting Vote :
The casting vote is a vote given to a chairman or president that is used when there is a deadlock.
Castles in The Air :
Plans that are impractical and will never work out are castles in the air.
Cat among The Pigeons :
If something or someone puts or sets or lets the cat among the pigeons, they create a disturbance and cause trouble.
Cat and Dog Life :
If people lead a cat and dog life, they are always arguing.
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