Definitions

from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • n. Same as wafer .
  • n. Same as wafer .

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Examples

  • They would not “go back again to the wafer-cake and kneelings” (the Knoxian Black Rubric had been deleted from Elizabeth's prayer book), “and to other knackles of Popery.”

    John Knox and the Reformation

  • And seeing that in the mass there is a strange Christ adored, not he that was born of the Virgin Mary, but one that is made of a wafer-cake; and that the offering up of this breaden god is thrust upon the church as "a propitiatory sacrifice for the quick and the dead;" all true

    The Practice of Piety: Directing a Christian How to Walk, that He May Please God.

  • Dutch wafer-cake booths, where the handsome Dutch women, in their national costume, wait on the customers, entice old and young.

    O. T. a Danish Romance

  • They would not "go back again to the wafer-cake and kneelings" (the Knoxian

    John Knox and the Reformation

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