seedcake

NOUN
  1. a sweet cake flavored with sesame or caraway seeds and lemon
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How To Use seedcake In A Sentence

  • I liked the bit in Ulysses where the guy remembers getting fed: Softly she gave me in my mouth the seedcake warm and chewed. The Gin Closet
  • After a month she brought gifts for the old woman: hair ribbons, and a seedcake, and a black rooster. AMERICAN GODS
  • Maister Francie? and a wee bit of the diet-loaf, raised wi 'my ain fresh butter, Maister Francie? and no wi' greasy kitchen-fee, like the seedcake down at the confectioner's yonder, that has as mony dead flees as carvy in it. St. Ronan's Well
  • Optimize digestion and reduce waste by milling the seedcake particles to smaller sizes before feeding. 16: Oils
  • Combine the seedcake with energy sources such as cereal grains and residues for best results. 16: Oils
  • But will ye not take anither dish of tea, Maister Francie? and a wee bit of the diet-loaf, raised wi’ my ain fresh butter, Maister Francie? and no wi’ greasy kitchen-fee, like the seedcake down at the confectioner’s yonder, that has as mony dead flees as carvy in it. Saint Ronan's Well
  • Softly she gave me in my mouth the seedcake warm and chewed. Ulysses
  • Sunflower seedcake (SFS) is used as an affordable feed for ruminants, pigs, and chickens. 16: Oils
  • I didn't want to appear surly, but a word had to be honed mighty thin to slip in edgewise, so I concentrated on the tea, cucumber sandwiches, and seedcake, suppressing wistful thoughts about a pub. Operation Luna
  • The clergyman also gave his guest a glass of port; but accompanied by an ancient British biscuit instead of seedcake. The Complete Father Brown
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