Definition of Cakewalker

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cakewalker

cakeholes
cakeless
cakelike
cakemaker
cakemakers
cakemaking
cakeman
cakeries
cakery
cakes
cakes and ale
cakeshop
cakeshops
cakewalk
cakewalked
cakewalker (current term)
cakewalkers
cakewalking
cakewalks
cakewoman
cakewomen
cakey
cakier
cakiest
cakily
cakiness
cakinesses
caking
cakings
caky

Literary usage of Cakewalker

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1. The Marrow of Tradition by Charles Waddell Chesnutt (1901)
"The champion cakewalker, much to the surprise of his sable companions, who were about equally swayed by admiration and jealousy, disappeared immediately ..."

2. Yearbook of the United States Department of Agriculture by United States Dept. of Agriculture (1912)
"The bird taking the lead then walks around his partner, stepping high, like a negro cakewalker. This part of the procedure Is usually closed by one or both ..."

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