pudding


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dessert

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Synonyms for pudding

any of various soft thick unsweetened baked dishes

(British) the dessert course of a meal ('pud' is used informally)

References in classic literature ?
"Did you ever taste such Yorkshire pudding? No one can make it like my wife.
"You'll call when you're ready for your pudding, won't you?"
"Let us thank God for simple pleasures, roast beef and rice pudding, a good appetite and beer.
"I fear that we shall be obliged to leave this pudding."
The dumpling had been peeled off Tom Kitten, and made separately into a bag pudding, with currants in it to hide the smuts.
By degrees, I became calm enough to release my grasp and partake of pudding. Mr.
Alice could only look puzzled: she was thinking of the pudding.
'What have you done!' said her mother, 'but no one must know about it, so you must keep silence; what is done can't be undone; we will make him into puddings.' And she took the little boy and cut him up, made him into puddings, and put him in the pot.
I never saw anyone enjoy a pudding so much, I think; and he laughed, when it was all gone, as if his enjoyment of it lasted still.
Oh, a wonderful pudding. Bob Cratchit said, and calmly too, that he regarded it as the greatest success achieved by Mrs Cratchit since their marriage.
Holly, mistletoe, red berries, ivy, turkeys, geese, game, poultry, brawn, meat, pigs, sausages, oysters, pies, puddings, fruit, and punch, all vanished instantly.
She took no notice of her sister's remark, but threw back her capstrings and dispensed the pudding, in mute resignation.
'I don't know about the white apron, but I dare say she will make pies and puddings now and then; but that will be no great hardship, as she has done it before.'
She was dreaming with delight now of Dolly's coming to them with her children, especially because she would order for the children their favorite puddings and Dolly would appreciate all her new housekeeping.
Both he and his wife study whenever they have a spare moment, and there is a tradition that she stirs her puddings with one hand and holds a Latin grammar in the other, the grammar, of course, getting the greater share of her attention.