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  • Info Cake is a form of bread or bread-like food. more...
  • The caked earth looked as if a narrow board had been drawn over it. Cited from Tom Slade on Mystery Trail, by Percy Keese Fitzhugh
  • A wedding cake has always been a very traditional part of a couple's big day.
  • Now he has no cake to give his friends.
  • Some of the few great cake shops still remaining in the street date from that era.
  • His cake became so popular that he was able to earn enough money to buy his wife back.
  • As this is easy to make, it is one of the most common cakes people have.
  • The first player positions a knife over the left side of the cake.
  • In France people share one of two types of king cake.
  • In one story, three boys at a boarding school receive cakes from home.
  • You might say I'm having my cake and eating it too.
  • Otherwise, the cake may be served as soon as the family has received all of the guests.
  • All of the feed water is treated at once subject to cake formation.
  • Returning to the hotel, Moon started a food fight and soon cake began flying through the air.
  • An older form of layer cake is common in southern and eastern Europe.
  • In the mid-19th century, modern cakes were first described in English.
  • He follows her around and even pops out of cakes to see her.
  • The person being honored will be given the first piece of cake.
  • All his books sold out like hot cakes.
  • The right temple and the hair upon it were also caked and wet. Cited from Sir George Tressady, Vol. II, by Mrs. Humphry Ward
  • According to tradition ten such cakes of bread had to be made for each offering.
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Meaning of cake

  • noun A block of solid substance (such as soap or wax)
    a bar of chocolate
  • noun Baked goods made from or based on a mixture of flour, sugar, eggs, and fat