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Wednesday, 23 November 2011

Stuart's Daily Word Spot: Wafer

Strawberry ice cream in a cone.Image via Wikipedia
Wafer: noun - a light, very thin, crisp biscuit, often eaten with ice cream; a slice of ice cream sandwiched between wafers; in Christian Church - a thin disc of unleavened bread used in Communion; in Law - a disc of red paper stuck on a document as a seal; a round thin spot, mark, or object; in Electronics - a very thin slice of a semiconductor crystal used in solid-state circuitry; a tiny gold ingot, weighing only a few ounces.

'Licking the ice cream from between the wafers that sandwiched it, Marilyn dripped the white confection over her chin so it trickled down her neck and pooled in the cleavage exposed by her bikini.'

'Taking the wafer, offered by the priest, she drew it into her mouth and allowed it to dissolve on her tongue, awaiting that drop of red wine that would finally melt it and flush it down her throat.'

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