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1.
A mixture of the expressions "a piece of cake" and "a walk in the park". Used to describe a task that is extremely, ridiculously friggin easy.
"Compared to the math class I had last semester, psych seminar should be a cakewalk."
by Kairuka January 27, 2005
 
2.
really easy compared to other worse things
juvy is a cake walk compared to fuckin state
by Serenity February 07, 2005
 
3.
actually its a pretty dope dance move that came from drug lords or "cake"men after they successfully made a deal
Yo Kareem my nigguh, niice workin with ya...do the cakewalk with me
by eyephuqdyamum May 04, 2005
 
4.
Situation when no toilet paper (or suitable substitute) is left in or close to the bathroom, resulting in having to walk elsewhere where a wiping material is available. Said walk is known as a "cake walk", as material becomes caked between the butt cheeks.
Oh, dude.. I hid all the toilet paper downstairs, forcing Pete to do a cake walk!
by NHMatt June 06, 2011
 
5.
n.
Something easily accomplished or won.
From this bit of slang, "piece of cake" evolved.
Originated in the South, from an elaborate walk performed by African-Americans as part of a contest to win a prize cake.
A modern strutting dance goes by this name.
Oh, that bio test? Don't believe the flying rumors; it's a cakewalk
by Gilvus January 01, 2005
 
6.
Usually played at Elementary School Carnivals... Basically, it's the biggest table you've ever seen loaded with different kinds of cakes. The actual game is walking around a circle of chairs to music and sitting when the music stops... If you don't get a chair - your outta the game. Game goes until two people are circling one chair - lot's of boxing out and elbows to secure the final seat and get da cake.
"Man, I was catching blows in da cake walk yo, but I got da last seat and now I'm plowing my own cake!"
by Beaverbazz March 11, 2010
 
7.
A traditional game played mostly in the southern United States at fairs and church socials, similar to musical chairs. There are numbers in a circle on the floor and contestants walk along the numbers until the music stops playing. At that time, a number is drawn and the person standing on that number wins a cake and leaves the game.

Used to indicate that something is extremely easy.
Is there going to be a cakewalk at the fair?

That test was a cakewalk.
by Erin W. September 29, 2006