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."