hardbake


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hardbake

(ˈhɑːdˌbeɪk)
n
(Cookery) almond toffee
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Noun1.hardbake - a British sweet made with molasses and butter and almonds
confection, sweet - a food rich in sugar
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The Hall was a queer place, I thought, with higher pews in it than a church - and with people hanging over the pews looking on - and with mighty Justices (one with a powdered head) leaning back in chairs, with folded arms, or taking snuff, or going to sleep, or writing, or reading the newspapers - and with some shining black portraits on the walls, which my unartistic eye regarded as a composition of hardbake and sticking-plaister.
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