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casket

[′kas·kət]
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This rose and this nightingale the Princess was to have, and so they were both put into silver caskets and sent to her.
And when she caught sight of the big caskets which contained the presents, she clapped her hands for joy.
So the Princess was to have the rose, and the nightingale; and they were accordingly put into large silver caskets, and sent to her.
The Emperor had them brought into a large hall, where the Princess was playing at "Visiting," with the ladies of the court; and when she saw the caskets with the presents, she clapped her hands for joy.
The more carefully I reflected on what had passed between us, the more shrewdly I suspected the production of the casket, and the application for the loan, of having been mere formalities, designed to pave the way for the parting inquiry addressed to me.
He produced the little casket, and made exactly the same application which he had afterwards made to me.
Some suitors choose the gold, some the silver casket, but all, princes, barons, counts, and dukes, alike choose wrong.
The gold he rejects, the silver too, and lays his hand upon the leaden casket.
Anne of Austria re-entered her apartment, and came out again almost immediately, holding a rosewood casket in her hand, with her cipher encrusted with gold.
Buckingham took the casket, and fell a second time on his knees.
Often had I pondered on the odd instructions he had left me governing the construction of his mighty tomb, and especially those parts which directed that he be laid in an OPEN casket and that the ponderous mechanism which controlled the bolts of the vault's huge door be accessible ONLY FROM THE INSIDE.
Here,' he said, taking a key from the little bag of life and death, `here is the little bronze key that opens the two ebony caskets on the mantelpiece in the Louis-Philippe room.