Definition of Caked

1. Verb. (past of cake#Verb cake) ¹



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Definition of Caked

1. cake [v] - See also: cake

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Caked

cake boys
cake crumbs
cake kidney
cake mix
cake server
cake shop
cake slice
cake slices
cake tin
cake walk
cake walks
cakebaker
cakebakers
cakecrumb
cakecrumbs
caked (current term)
caked breast
cakehole
cakeholes
cakeless
cakelike
cakemaker
cakemakers
cakemaking
cakeman
cakeries
cakery
cakes
cakes and ale
cakeshop

Literary usage of Caked

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1. Domestic Animals, History and Description of the Horse, Mule, Cattle, Sheep by Richard Lamb Allen (1856)
"67 caked Bag A pint of horseradish, fed once a day, cut up with potatoes or meal, is useful for the same purpose. May be removed by simmering the bark of ..."

2. Someone Comes to Town, Someone Leaves Town by Cory Doctorow (2006)
"Avram's hands were clawed with cold and caked with mud and still echoing the feeling of frozen skin and frozen dirt, and balled up into fists, ..."

3. Domestic Animals: History and Description of the Horse, Mule, Cattle, Sheep by Richard Lamb Allen (1848)
"The cow should be bled, and take a large dose of physic; then wash the udder as in caked bag. Repeated doses of sulphur is a good remedy. ..."

4. Mother and Child by Edward Parker Davis (1902)
"caked Breasts. By the term " caked breasts" is described a condition in which the breasts become over- distended with milk and are hard and painful. ..."

5. Crime Scene and Evidence Collection Handbook (1983)
"The following describes procedures for collecting and preserving caked mud, ... 14.1 caked mud • Use a spoon, knife, or other instrument suitable for ..."

6. Bas-reliefs from the Temple of Rameses I at Abydos by Herbert Eustis Winlock (1921)
"The backs themselves, caked thick in places with a coarse white lime mortar, are entirely unglazed. There are no dowel holes in any of the surviving ..."

7. Sheep-farming in North America by John Alexander Craig, H. P. Miller (1918)
"... caked udder. — There are different forms of this trouble, arising from different causes: congestion with milk, chilling or bruising of udder, ..."

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