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sconescone /skɒn, skəʊn $ skoʊn, skɑːn/ noun [countable]  DFa small round cake, sometimes containing dried fruit, which is usually eaten with butter tea and scones
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sconeIf I had been staying with you I ... I would have shown you how I can make a scone ... scones.Chilled fruit and scones awaited us in the tiny kitchen.A daily variety of fresh-baked scones offer another avenue of innovation.They raided the main city bakery to dispense scones and cakes to workers at the civic centre.The lowest tier on the tea tray holds four glass containers of jams and custard and the promise of scones to come.And maybe a plate of sandwiches and some scones.Swallowing the last of the scone he ran over the drive and into the house to see Martin disappearing into the study.
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