a cube or block of sponge cake coated with chocolate and dried coconut, and sometimes having a layer of cream or jam as filling, common in Australia and New Zealand.
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How to use lamington in a sentence
An upper series of sandstones and grits is seen for a short distance west of lamington.
You can travel with lamington and his troopers part of the way after you leave Chinkie's.Chinkie's Flat and Other Stories | Louis Becke
Like lamington's mare, ye break brawly aff, but sune set up.The Proverbs of Scotland | Alexander Hislop
Fordham is between Durham and Morpeth—seven miles from lamington station.Salem Chapel, v.1/2 | Mrs. Oliphant
lamington Church (Lanarkshire) has the old N. doorway still preserved.Scottish Cathedrals and Abbeys | Dugald Butler and Herbert Story
British Dictionary definitions for lamington
Australian and NZ a cube of sponge cake coated in chocolate and dried coconut
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