Definition of Flannel cake

1. Noun. A flat cake of thin batter fried on both sides on a griddle.




Definition of Flannel cake

1. Noun. a thin batter cake fried on both sides. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Flannel Cake

flanken
flanker
flanker back
flankered
flankering
flankers
flanking
flanking region
flanking sequence
flanks
flannel
flannel-cake
flannel-mouth
flannel-mouthed
flannel bush
flannel cake (current term)
flannel cakes
flannel leaf
flannel mouth
flannel mullein
flannelbush
flanneled
flannelet
flannelets
flannelette
flannelettes
flannelgraph
flannelgraphs
flanneling
flannelled

Literary usage of Flannel cake

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1. Pumpkin Husks by Hustin Agnew (1908)
"All I got was one flannel cake that was baked over a bucket of brimstone by a ... I had eaten about half of my flannel cake when the landlord woke me up, ..."

2. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"flannel cake. A soft thin cake usually eaten with molasses. 1792 Naples biscuits, crackers, buns, and flannel-cakes. ..."

3. One Thousand Gems: Striking Passages, Incidents and Illustrations by Thomas De Witt Talmage, William Henry Larrabee (1873)
"There is the Indian cake, and the flannel cake, and the buckwheat cake. Now Ephraim was a cake not turned. It is an awful thing not to be turned. ..."

4. Food and Flavor: A Gastronomic Guide to Health and Good Living by Henry Theophilus Finck (1913)
"I have never eaten any woolen stuff, but I imagine it might taste a good deal like the average "flannel" cake, though it would be much lighter. ..."

5. Five years within the Golden gate by Isabelle Saxon (1868)
"Corn-batter cakes are prepared from the flour of the Indian corn, and the flannel cake resembles the Shropshire ..."

6. Studying the Short-story: Sixteen Short-story Classics, with Introductions by Joseph Berg Esenwein (1918)
"There was a town down there, as flat as a flannel-cake, and called Summit, of course. It contained inhabitants of as ..."

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