Sashed vs Cashed - What's the difference?

sashed | cashed |


As adjectives the difference between sashed and cashed

is that sashed is fitted with a sash (window opener) while cashed is (slang) exhausted]] or [[use up|used up; finished, empty.

As a verb cashed is

(cash).

sashed

English

Adjective

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  • Fitted with a sash (window opener).
  • * 1868 , Thomas Richmond, The local records of Stockton and the neighbourhood
  • Seeing sashed windows in town, he got them into his own house.
  • Having a sash (cloth decoration).
  • * 2000 , Laurence Senelick, The Changing Room: Sex, Drag and Theatre
  • ...and even middle-class matrons serving in the Sanitary Commission adopted an 'army costume' of loose trousers covered by a sashed kilt and kirtle.

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    cashed

    English

    Verb

    (head)
  • (cash)
  • Adjective

    (en adjective)
  • (slang) Exhausted]] or [[use up, used up; finished, empty.
  • That bowl is cashed .
    Hand me another beer. This one is cashed .
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