adjective see biscuit

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • biscuity — biscuit ► NOUN 1) Brit. a small, flat, crisp unleavened cake. 2) N. Amer. a small, soft round cake like a scone. 3) porcelain or other pottery which has been fired but not glazed. ● take the biscuit (or chiefly N. Amer. cake) Cf. ↑take the cake …   English terms dictionary

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