Definitions of "casualty"
  1. An event that results in misfortune
  2. An item or entity that has been lost, damaged, pilfered, or wiped out
How to use "casualty" in a sentence
  1. If a fire causes your business to burn down, that loss would be considered a casualty for insurance purposes.
  2. Police found the stolen car in a severe state of disrepair, making it a casualty of the criminal act.
  3. Given the hurricane's severity, many homes along the coast were unfortunately casualties of the storm.

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