Definition of Pancaked

1. Verb. (past of pancake) ¹



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Definition of Pancaked

1. pancake [v] - See also: pancake

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pancaked

panbroiling
panbroils
panbronchiolitis
pancake
pancake batter
pancake day
pancake ice
pancake kidney
pancake landing
pancake landings
pancake syrup
pancake tortoise
pancake tortoises
pancake turner
pancake turtle
pancaked (current term)
pancakelike
pancakes
pancaking
pancarditis
pancarte
pance
pances
pancetta
pancettas
panchax
panchaxes
panchayat
panchayath

Literary usage of Pancaked

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1. Harper's New Monthly Magazine by Henry Mills Alden (1854)
"Hair worn quite off too, here and there ; and where it ain't pancaked, or worn off, looks like the rubbed sides of mangy old hair- trunks. ..."

2. The Works of George Meredith by George Meredith (1897)
"and described these conquerors of mountains pancaked on the rocks in desperate embraces, bleached here, burnt there, barked all over, all to be able to say ..."

3. Fighting the Flying Circus by Eddie Rickenbacker (1919)
"... still running wide open I grazed the tops of the old 94 hangar and pancaked flatly upon my field. The French pilots from an adjoining hangar came ..."

4. The Changing Structure of the Electric Power Industry: An Update by Rebecca A. McNerney (1998)
"An ISO should provide open access to the transmission system and all services under its control at non-pancaked rates pursuant to a single, unbundled, ..."

5. The Lafayette Flying Corps by Charles Nordhoff (1920)
"I did this, and "pancaked" fairly gently, but had to hit ploughed ground across the furrow. The poor coucou — my joy and pride — was wrecked, and I climbed, ..."

6. Cavalry of the Clouds by Alan Bott (1917)
"We pancaked on to the far edge of a trench, and the wheels slid backward into the cavity, causing the lower wings and fuselage to be crumpled and broken. ..."

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