cav•en•dishPronunciation: (kav'un-dish), [key]
tobacco that has been softened, sweetened, and pressed into cakes.
Cav•en•dishPronunciation: (kav'un-dish), [key]
1731–1810, English chemist and physicist.
2. William, 4th Duke of Devonshire,
1720–64, British statesman: prime minister 1756–57.
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