He rushed to a shop, bought two or three sheets of brown paper and a lot of wafers.
His face was very pale and his two big white eyes were like wafers.
This pineapple beverage is delightful with wafers or small cakes as refreshments for informal social affairs during hot weather.
Put the Ypocras in a tight clean vessel, and serve it with wafers.
Pass horse radish, tabasco sauce or tomato catsup and crackers or wafers or brown bread and butter.
I went to the desk and asked for some wafers and a Directory.
She wafers her letters, it seems, in two places; pricks the wafers; and then seals upon them.
"The chocolate's ready," announced Jean, opening a box of wafers.
As the wafers digested, the tincture mounted to the pupil's brain, bearing the proposition along with it.
"You may have wafers if you won't quarrel," said the mother of the shipwrights.
late 14c., from Anglo-French wafre, Old North French waufre "honeycomb, wafer," perhaps from Frankish (cf. Flemish wafer, altered from Middle Dutch wafel "honeycomb;" see waffle (n.)). Also found in Old French as gaufre, gofre "wafer, waffle." Eucharistic bread first so called 1550s.
thin cakes (Ex. 16:31; 29:2, 23; Lev. 2:4; 7:12; 8:26; Num. 6:15, 19) used in various offerings.