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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
teacaketea‧cake /ˈtiːkeɪk/ noun [countable]  British EnglishDF a small flat round amount of bread with raisins or currants in it
Examples from the Corpus
teacakeJack skulked behind his newspaper and watched the girl as her parents ordered tea and teacakes.Tunnock's teacakes and Bourbon creams were spread on a plate.Sally Lunns, a light sweet teacake containing sultanas or currants, served hot and eaten with butter.That looks like Otley standing behind the teacakes.
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