Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • noun A pie formerly sold for a plack.

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Examples

  • At last, being apparently unable to withstand his longings, he asked, in a faltering tone, the huge landlord, who was tramping through the room in all corpulent impatience, whether he could have a plack-pie? '

    Redgauntlet

  • At last, being apparently unable to withstand his longings, he asked, in a faltering tone, the huge landlord, who was tramping through the room in all corpulent impatience, whether he could have a plack-pie?’

    Redgauntlet

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