An oily, brown, odorous substance obtained from glands in the groin of the beaver and used as a perfume fixative. (noun)
A hat made of beaver fur or an imitation. (noun)
A heavy wool fabric used especially for overcoats. (noun)
Variant of caster. (noun)
Examples of word castor
So she stepped around briskly, and spread her snow-white table-cloth, and put on her cups and saucers, and plates, and the castor -- (yes, the _castor_ on the _tea_ table! for they didn't care a pin for fashion); and when she had cooked her supper, she looked at the clock.
"Why, it's only what we call the castor-bean, only this is larger," I venture to say.
Dry disposal or storage involves placing the spent nuclear fuel rods in so-called castor casks, specially-designed steel and concrete cylinders.
I slightly differed from the recipe by using superfine sugar, also known as castor sugar, instead of granulated because I fine it produces smoother meringues.
To the former class of animals belong the so-called castor, the satyrium, the otter, and the so-called latax, or beaver.