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graham cracker

noun
1.
a semisweet cracker, usually rectangular in shape, made chiefly of whole-wheat flour.
Origin of graham cracker
1815-1825
An Americanism dating back to 1815-25
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  • She picked up a graham cracker and handed it to the mother to give to him.

    The Mystery of Carlitos Helen Randolph
  • She brings out a graham cracker which she feeds to a baby lying flat on a seat and wailing hopelessly.

    Main Street Sinclair Lewis

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