Leaf tobacco softened, sweetened, and pressed into plugs or cakes.(noun)
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Use "cavendish" in a sentence
"Come, I'll trate ye to a taste o 'me cavendish, which is better than growlin' in yer hammock at the muskaities, poor things, as don't know no better. ""
"How many "nigger heads" we sold that day, singly, for the purpose of allowing the miners to taste our stock before they bought largely, I have no means of knowing; but fortunately for our reputation, Smith had displayed great prudence in his bargains, and his "cavendish" and "fine cut" were at length pronounced the best that were ever brought to"
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