a. (alternative spelling of caky English)
Usage examples of "cakey".
A porterbottle stood up, stogged to its waist, in the cakey sand dough.
So now the two of them had on nothing but their trousers, and already out in the sunlight there was enough dust and sweat that their bodies were looking a little streaked and cakey with clay.
With a cakey dryness about the lips, the sweetness of cotton candy filming her teeth, numb to cacophony and in her element, little Linds saw out of the corner of her eye a switched-on filament of stilted brilliance in the no-color sky, heard mobbed shrieks out of tenor with the cries of thrillseekers.
I found a roll, some cheese, and some cakey stuff with virtually no substance.
But times had changed under the Rads, and now even Whitechapel had its tightlaced scrubfaced women and its cakey clockwatching men, who read the 'Dictionary of Useful Knowledge' and the 'Journal of Moral Improvement', and looked to get ahead.
But times had changed under the Rads, and now even Whitechapel had its tight-laced scrubfaced women and its cakey clock-watching men, who read the 'Dictionary of Useful Knowledge' and the 'Journal of Moral Improvement', and looked to get ahead.
Her own lipstick stayed on, as if it were not merely a 1940s color but a 1940s formula-that glossless, cakey substance that used to cling to pillowcases, napkins, and the rims of coffee cups.