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case·ment

 (kās′mənt)
n.
1.
a. A window sash that opens outward by means of hinges.
b. A window with such sashes.
2. A case or covering.

[Middle English, a hollow molding, possibly from Middle English case, chest, frame; see case2.]

case′ment·ed adj.
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Halfway up, mines and bomb craters brought them to a halt and the infantry had to fight their way through a maze of trenches, pillboxes and casemented gun positions.