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waffle in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishwafflewaf‧fle1 /ˈwɒfəl $ ˈwɑː-/ noun  1 waffle.jpg DFF[countable] a flat cake, marked with a pattern of deep squares2 [uncountable] British English informalUNIMPORTANT talk or writing that uses a lot of words but says nothing important
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waffleThis should prevent wandering and waffle in your answer.I was making waffles and he thought I looked at him wrong.The lady who got accidentally dosed while she was making waffles.Now you can get pancakes, waffles and omelets with hash browns.There was a lot of polite waffle about how well the Princess and her family were looking before anyone got to the point.Unfortunately F and H's waffle had used up the allotted time.