cake

Part of speech: verb

To form into a hardened mass.

Part of speech: noun

A sweetened and baked article of food; any small, thin mass, as of dough, etc., baked or fried.

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Usage examples "cake":

  1. " Well," said Jack, " I may have to stay inside here for a long time, and I have nothing to eat but this cake; however, your mouths are very small, so you shall have a piece;" and he broke off a small piece, and put it into the nest, climbing up to see them eat it. - "Mopsa the Fairy", Jean Ingelow.
  2. Behind her, the Liberty Belle glowed like a ghostly wedding cake in the twilight. - "Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom", Cory Doctorow.
  3. Ask Mary to give you a bit of cake. - "Bunny Brown and His Sister Sue Keeping Store", Laura Lee Hope.