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cheesecakecheese‧cake /ˈtʃiːzkeɪk/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable]DFF a cake made from a mixture containing soft cheese a slice of cheesecake2 [uncountable]TCP old-fashioned photographs of pretty women with few clothes onbeefcake
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cheesecakeThe waiter brought cheesecake and coffee.I find myself diving into the chocolate caramel cheesecake.After eight takes of a scene in which Sinatra had to eat cheesecake while Brando spoke, Sinatra finally lost his temper.Neta, looking for a frozen cheesecake, picked out a coffeecake instead.And that was just the case with this little saucer-shaped cheesecake.To ring the changes, try orange or lime-flavoured jellies for the cheesecake.We shared a piece of tiramisu cheesecake, and it was fabulous.
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