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cak•ey

or cak•y

(ˈkeɪ ki)
adj. cak•i•er, cak•i•est.
caked or tending to cake.
[1555–65]
cak′i•ness, n.
Translations

cakey

, caky
adjklumpend; (= lumpy)klumpig
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