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baked

  1. adj. dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight; "a vast desert all adust"; "land lying baked in the heat"; "parched soil"; "the earth was scorched and bare"; "sunbaked salt flats" [syn: adust, parched, scorched, sunbaked]

  2. (of bread and pastries) cooked by dry heat (as in an oven); "baked goods"

  3. hardened by subjecting to intense heat; "baked bricks"; "burned bricks" [syn: burned, burnt]

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baked

  1. 1 That has been cooked by baking. 2 high on marijuana. v

  2. (en-past of: bake)

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baked

baked \baked\ (b[=a]kt), adj. 2. dried out by heat or excessive exposure to sunlight.

Syn: adust, parched, scorched, sunbaked.

2. cooked with dry heat in an oven; -- of bread and pastries.

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Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English

Usage examples of "baked".

Fat, heavily moving Chrys-anthe stayed at home, in the konak of Ali Aga which the captain had taken over, and prepared the baked meats for the great day when the Moslem woman was to become a Christian.

No food element has been more closely linked to arterial aging than these kinds of fats, found mostly in meats, full-fat dairy products, baked goods, fried fast foods, and palm and coconut oils.

Fruit incomparable, fish incomparable, roast pig and baked bird beyond believing, breadfruit and volcano, absolute and continuing perfection of weather, brown-skin paradise maidens such as are promised in alcoran, song and string-music and surf-music!

Marianna had given a big party with wine from her cellars and many different kinds of fish: from mackerel and amberjack roasted over the embers to small boiled squid, from stuffed sardines to baked sole.

Also, Splenda stands up to heat, unlike aspartame, which means you can use it in baked goods.

While he slept, Bazil continued to eat, working his way through a baked thigh, holding it up and chewing it down to the femur.

Smith spread the plantain leaf on the ground and began to remove the contents of the basket, displaying a large baked fish, the half of a cold roast suckling pig, cooked breadfruit, scraped white and wrapped in leaves, and a small calabash filled with the delicious coconut sauce called taioro.

On the mantel over the fireplace were the homely little cookies that Rousseau had baked and sprinkled with caraway seed.

Walton selected a private room, lunched lightly on baked chlorella steak and filtered rum, and dialed a twelve-minute nap.

Cabeza and Cuerpo were as queer as baked ducks, but there was a fresh, uncaring deviltry about them that was appealing to both Francis and Percy.

Cowboys lounged in the shaded areas, seeking relief from the daylong heat that had baked metal surfaces until they were too hot to touch.

If, however, soda biscuits are made thin and baked thoroughly so as to make them at least half or two-thirds crust, they are perfectly digestible and wholesome, and furnish a valuable and appetizing variety for our breakfast and supper tables.

I got was sauteed valmin and creamed sinrows mixed with unsalted nuts, tessin soup and dreff salad, baked gimels and glazed finfaws.

She had shown him a bakery where a kindhearted assistant set out the discarded baked goods on a tin foil tray atop the dumpster to save the street people the trouble of digging for them.

From the scattered litter in the general vicinity, it was obvious the dumpster contained broken glass, razor-sharp lids, dirty diapers, oil, grease, and filth, all baked in the sunshine and thoroughly ripe.