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Definition of "bake-off" [bake-off]

  • A cooking contest, especially one where competition is head-to-head, not limited to preparing food involving baking. (noun)
  • Prepared in advance, to be finished off by baking. (adjective)

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Use "bake-off" in a sentence
  • "Everyone's favorite witch, Christine O'Donnell, sparked the catchphrase back in September telling her opponent, Mike Castle, "this is not a bake-off, get your man-pants on.""
  • "Some think Sharron Angle was inspired by Christine O'Donnell's more colorful turn of a phrase in early September when she warned her opponent in the Republican primary, Congressman Mike Castle, to stop using such "unmanly" tactics as filing a complaint against her with the Federal Election Commission and to get his "man-pants on" because the election wasn't "a bake-off.""
  • "I'm not a baker but I had Pepperidge Farm bake-off rolls and a can of refried beans."