Wastel

Was"tel

(?), n. [OF. wastel, gastel, F. gteau, LL. wastellus, fr. MHG. wastel a kind of bread; cf. OHG. & AS. wist food.] A kind of white and fine bread or cake; -- called also wastel bread, and wastel cake. [Obs.]
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Roasted flesh or milk and wasted bread.
Chaucer.
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The simnel bread and wastel cakes, which were only used at the tables of the highest nobility.
Sir W. Scott.
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