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sugar-loaf

or sugar-loafed

[shoo g-er-lohf] /ˈʃʊg ərˌloʊf/
adjective
1.
resembling a sugar-loaf.
Origin of sugar-loaf
1600-1610
First recorded in 1600-10
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  • Meanwhile, Mytyl was watching the sugar-loaf, which also seemed to be coming to life.

    The Blue Bird for Children Georgette Leblanc
  • The lowest part of the sugar-loaf seemed, also, to be yellow and sticky.

  • He therefore tried to introduce a peace-policy into sugar-loaf Island.

    The Madman and the Pirate R.M. Ballantyne
  • Its truth received corroboration at this time on sugar-loaf Island.

    The Madman and the Pirate R.M. Ballantyne
  • "We must be almost in the middle of sugar-loaf Mountain," she answered.

    Twinkle and Chubbins

    L. Frank (Lyman Frank) Baum
  • On her way she went into the kitchen, and took a thick cord from a sugar-loaf.

    The Goose Man Jacob Wassermann
  • Tabor is a sugar-loaf hill, and rises to a considerable height.

    Letters from Palestine J. D. Paxton
  • The sugar-loaf is highly commended, as are some of the others named.

    Soil Culture J. H. Walden
  • Then from her left a sugar-loaf bowlder appeared to question her.

    When 'Bear Cat' Went Dry Charles Neville Buck
  • I have seen it raining hard on one side of sugar-loaf, while the other was dry and dusty.

    Witch Winnie Elizabeth W. Champney

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