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noun

a mass of compressed cottonseed after the oil has been extracted: used chiefly to feed cattle.

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Also called cottonseed cake.

Origin of cotton cake

First recorded in 1890–95
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British Dictionary definitions for cotton cake

cotton cake

noun

cottonseed meal compressed into nuts or cubes of various sizes for feeding to animals
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