American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Archaic A choice or dainty food; a delicacy.
Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An article of food; a viand; more particularly, rich, luxurious, or dainty food; a delicacy; a dainty: a later form of acate: most commonly used in the plural.
- n. in the plural A delicacy or item of food.
GNU Webster's 1913
- n. obsolete Food.
- Aphetized from acate. (Wiktionary)
- Short for acate, from Middle English acat, a purchase, from Norman French, from acater, to buy; see cater. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
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“Just the old standby of pointing out how blessed she is to have come from foster cate to ANTM.”
“Is this just another lie, or is he using our tax money to buy mom jeans? cate”
“Hey Jeb – crawl back under that rock – we don't care what you have to say. cate”
“Good advice. .and also reign in the "Blue Dogs"! cate”
“President Obama's popularity is also galling to these same Republicans. cate”
“Thinks anything short of nationalization was screwing over the taxpayers because the “bad bank” would have to buy the toxic assets at highly inflated prices to keep the banks solvent. cate Says:”
“And it was Henry Ford who created the affordable automobile & the culture of cars we see today. cate Says:”
“Good to see Matt is allowed to say good things about the US now that Bush is no longer in office. cate Says:”
“Dowd just throws out trite high school bitchiness. cate Says:”
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