Definition of Cardcase

1. Noun. A small case for carrying business cards.

Generic synonyms: Case



Definition of Cardcase

1. n. A case for visiting cards.

Definition of Cardcase

1. Noun. A case for visiting cards. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Cardcase

1. a case for holding cards [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cardcase

cardamons
cardamum
cardamums
cardanol
cardanolide
cardanolides
cardanols
cardboard
cardboard-box
cardboard box
cardboard boxes
cardboard city
cardboardbox
cardboards
cardboardy
cardcase (current term)
cardcases
cardcastle
cardecu
cardecue
cardecues
cardecus
carded
cardenolide
cardenolides
carder
carders
cardgame
cardgames
cardholder

Literary usage of Cardcase

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1. Bradbury's Pleading and Practice Reports by Harry Bower Bradbury (1912)
"Opinion of the Court in the cardcase. The suit case was not locked during ... She did not take the cardcase out of the suit case, but held the latter open ..."

2. Paper and Scissors in the Schoolroom by Emily A. Weaver (1893)
"cardcase. "Windmill.—Fold Ground Form B, but in place of pressing ... Fold the cardcase and fold back one of the triangles that makes the base of the ..."

3. A Crusade of Compassion for the Healing of the Nations: A Study of Medical by Caroline (Atwater) Mason (1919)
"The swelling pride with which the gatekeeper ushered into the doctor's study an Important Individual who carried in his hand a leather cardcase a foot long ..."

4. Indian Tales by Rudyard Kipling (1899)
"She was wearing the dress in which I had last seen her alive; carried the same tiny handkerchief in her right hand; and the same cardcase in her left. ..."

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