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  • noun Plural form of breadcake.


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  • The recipe was simple – take one packet of six white breadcakes, cut each in half and insert two slices of snake.

    Family life 2011

  • "Four breadcakes a day for each lizard, but no deal unless we get eleven more."

    Circus World Longyear, Barry 1981

  • After scraping a handful of bottom slime from below, the lizard smeared its wanning belly, sighed, and dreamed of Ma-moot's breadcakes.

    Circus World Longyear, Barry 1981

  • The resources of the house also afforded certain very hot biscuits or breadcakes, in a high state of saleratus; -- indeed, it must have been from association with these, that certain yellow streaks in Mr. Ruskin's drawing of the rock, at the Athenaeum, awakened in me such an immediate sense of indigestion; -- also fried potatoes, baked beans, mince-pie, and pickles.

    The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 03, No. 18, April, 1859 Various


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