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Definition of "caked" [caked]

  • Simple past tense and past participle of cake. (verb)
  • Empty with nothing left to smoke but ash. (adjective)

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Use "caked" in a sentence
  • "The yeast caked is not very sweet and primarily has a buttery flavor to it."
  • "The big yacht-politics story of the week comes from Florida, where Jeff Greene -- the titanically wealthy housing-market shorting tycoon running for the Democratic nomination for Senate -- has come under fire for rolling down to Cuba in his 145-foot yacht, Summerwind, on a jaunt that left the decks of said vessel "caked" in "vomit.""
  • "Whenever one of those Pompeii fellows dropped, the ashes kind of caked over him, and in the course of time there was a hole where he had been."