cardcase


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cardcase

(ˈkɑːdˌkeɪs)
n
a small case for holding business cards
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Noun1.cardcase - a small case for carrying business cards
case - a portable container for carrying several objects; "the musicians left their instrument cases backstage"
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Why, she wanted a pair of blue boots for Sallie's party, so she just painted her soiled white ones the loveliest shade of sky blue you ever saw, and they looked exactly like satin," added Jo, with an air of pride in her sister's accomplishments that exasperated Amy till she felt that it would be a relief to throw her cardcase at her.
The family cardcase having done its duty the girls walked on, and Jo uttered another thanksgiving on reaching the fifth house, and being told that the young ladies were engaged.
The latter arrived first, and Jurgis found him examining the "swag." There was a gold watch, for one thing, with a chain and locket; there was a silver pencil, and a matchbox, and a handful of small change, and finally a cardcase. This last Duane opened feverishly--there were letters and checks, and two theater-tickets, and at last, in the back part, a wad of bills.