face makeup in the form of a cake, usually applied with a damp sponge.
(formerly) a promenade or march, of black American origin, in which the couples with the most intricate or eccentric steps received cakes as prizes. a dance with a strutting step based on this promenade. music for this dance. Informal. something easy, sure, or certain. to walk or dance in or as if in a cakewalk. […]
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a sweet, baked, breadlike food, made with or without shortening, and usually containing flour, sugar, baking powder or soda, eggs, and liquid flavoring. a flat, thin mass of bread, especially unleavened bread. pancake; griddlecake. a shaped or molded mass of other food: a fish cake. a shaped or compressed mass: a cake of soap; a […]
a painful hardening of one or more lobules of a lactating breast, caused by stagnation of milk in the secreting ducts and accumulation of blood in the expanded veins; stagnation mastitis.