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- n. A cake, often iced and decorated, made to celebrate a person's birthday.
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- n. decorated cake served at a birthday party
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They ate roast pork and then a birthday cake Kitty had managed to make feather-light on a rising ingredient no more substantial than white-of-egg beaten in a copper bowl with a whisk Richard had made her out of copper wire.
We were right there in the bakery department, where you could get your name put on a birthday cake underneath frosting balloons.
The birthday cake had become a Halloween pumpkin with flares crooking out from its gap-eyed windows.
Enraged, she threw crockery, handfuls of ground pepper, and finally Okra's birthday cake across the room.
When Watson had revived Holmes from the apopleptic seizure my appearance had caused, we ate and we drank champagne, and Mrs. Hudson produced a birthday cake with candles, and they sang to me and gave me presents.
As I left the convention, I looked back on a day in July at NAVOBS when Gore had stopped working on the speech, left the room, and reentered with a flourish carrying a birthday cake for Eskew and me our birthdays are days apart.