Synonyms for cakes

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“I will send her some, and likewise of mine own comfits and cakes,” said Mistress Dennet.

When the cakes are baked, they usually reach the top of the pans.

"You never told me your name," he said, when she returned with the plate of cakes.

Or it may be first boiled, then grated, and made into cakes to be fried in butter.

You will also want tin cutters for cakes that are rolled out in dough.

Cut it down the middle, and then across, so as to divide it into four cakes.

Cut it into cakes with the edge of a tumbler or with a tin-cake cutter.

Like all Indian cakes, (of which this is one of the best,) it should be eaten warm.

She used to send my nurse clothing for herself and cakes for me.

This day is the happiest I have seen since I left the land of cakes.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1600, from cake (n.). Related: Caked; caking.

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