- adj. resembling a thin crisp wafer
“The Ritz sofa, created for the Dutch firm Gelderland by Rotterdam designer Bertjan Pot, has a wafer-like simplicity set off by its stiletto legs.”
“The thought of it is much worse than the actuality it had a wafer-like consistency.”
“They came out perfectly crisp and thin but not so thin they were wafer-like.”
“The peels are going to be thin, translucent, more wafer-like.”
“First he took from his bag a mass of what looked like thin, wafer-like biscuit, which was carefully rolled up in a white napkin.”
“If you like crusts that are crisp do not cover the loaves; but to give the soft, tender, wafer-like consistency which many prefer, wrap them while still hot in several thicknesses of bread-cloth.”
“A short run took us over the few rapids that remained, and at a turn ahead we saw a 300-foot ridge, brilliantly tinted in many colours, -- light and golden yellows, orange and red, purple and lavender, -- and composed of numberless wafer-like layers of rock, uptilted, so that the broken ends looked like the spines of a gigantic fish's back.”
“True, the bread and butter was of wafer-like thinness, there were hot cakes of the crispest, finest variety, and the plum-cake which was Martha's welcome to the bride was of the richest, most tempting description.”
“Tea was served in small Chinese bowls with preserved fruits, ginger and wafer-like cakes.”
“Something was lying there, a thin, wafer-like packet of papers, the papers for which the Firefly of France had shed his blood.”
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