graham cracker
noun Etymology: graham flour Date: 1882 a slightly sweet cracker made of whole wheat flour

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • graham cracker — n. a crisp, somewhat sweet, rectangular cracker made mainly of graham flour …   English World dictionary

  • graham cracker — noun semisweet whole wheat cracker • Hypernyms: ↑cracker * * * noun Etymology: graham (flour) : a dry slightly sweet square or rectangular cracker made mainly of whole wheat flour * * * a semisweet cracker, usually rectangular in shape, made… …   Useful english dictionary

  • Graham cracker — The graham cracker was developed in 1822 in Bound Brook, New Jersey, by Presbyterian minister Rev. Sylvester Graham. Though called a cracker, it is sweet rather than salty and so bears some resemblance to a cookie (American English) / biscuit… …   Wikipedia

  • graham cracker — noun a) A specific cracker made of graham flour, developed in the nineteenth century. b) A type of cracker, usually made of graham flour, sweetened (usually with honey inter alia), forming a rectangle of about 2.5 inches by five inches, and… …   Wiktionary

  • graham cracker — a semisweet cracker, usually rectangular in shape, made chiefly of whole wheat flour. [1815 25, Amer.] * * * …   Universalium

  • graham cracker — gra′ham crack er n. coo a semisweet cracker made chiefly of whole wheat flour • Etymology: 1815–25, amer …   From formal English to slang

  • Graham cracker — named for Sylvester Graham, a Presbyterian minister …   Eponyms, nicknames, and geographical games

  • graham cracker — n. slightly sweet crackers that are made out of graham flour …   English contemporary dictionary

  • graham cracker — gra|ham crack|er [ greıəm ,krækər ] noun count AMERICAN a type of COOKIE, made from flour, sugar, and water …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • graham cracker —  (Not cap.) …   Bryson’s dictionary for writers and editors

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