[ US /ˈkæsˌpɑɹ, ˈkæspɝ/ ]
  1. (New Testament) one of the three sages from the east who came bearing gifts for the infant Jesus
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How To Use Caspar In A Sentence

  • Better than kermis, Caspar promises, though they have no idea what kermis is. CONFESSIONS OF AN UGLY STEPSISTER
  • OKE (voice over): In the 1980s and '90s, South African police used a notorious armed vehicle called the Caspar (ph), sometimes knows as the "Mellow Yellow". CNN Transcript Dec 16, 2006
  • Working with Sang-Hee Lee of the University of California, Caspari studied collections of fossils from different periods of human evolution, including early australopithecine apemen, Neanderthals and the first Homo sapiens to reach Europe. Grandparents were key to prehistoric man's survival
  • The son of a military trumpeter, Johann Caspar Altenburg, Johann Ernst was taught to play in the high clarino register of the trumpet as an apprentice in 1752.
  • At length one of them, whom the others called Caspar, retired, and the earl was left with his son Edward, lord Herbert, the only person in the castle who had gone to neither window nor door to delight himself with the discomfiture of the parliamentary commissioners. St. George and St. Michael
  • The presence of Casparian bands was confirmed by band plasmolysis even in basal parts of old roots, which would not occur with suberin lamella deposition.
  • But he had Lo be hurried, because Caspar's memory was slipping awaN i I with each minute and Naldo wanted to get his hands on the dimities that would blow their crazy notions to hell and gone. Final Resting Place of The Pen
  • When he died, Caspar took over tenancy of his house and studio. CONFESSIONS OF AN UGLY STEPSISTER
  • As far as the Credit committee and the general investigation into the strange carryings-on of the late Sir Caspar Railton in the 1930s were concerned, things remained very active indeed. Final Resting Place of The Pen
  • Unfortunately, Ann's son Caspar flung an Army thunderflash into the confined space, injuring my eardrums.
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