waffle

[ wof-uh l ]SEE DEFINITION OF waffle

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It took it a long time, this little piece of waffle, to go down.

They looked as though they had been ironed with waffle irons.

Those that bake one waffle at a time are the handsomest and most manageable.

This the Widow at once spread upon the hot Waffle and offered it to the King.

Perry managed a waffle and a sausage, but then he went off to his room.

Every waffle that I eat he might have had if I had not been here.

He couldn't decline to give me that waffle because he wanted it himself.

If you took a trick with the king of diamonds in it, you'd get the waffle with the king of diamonds on it, and so on.

He accepted a waffle from Mrs. Basine with exaggerated formality.

So that in the morning, on rising, one is as furrowed as a waffle off the iron.

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