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Origin of cereal
Examples from the Web for cereal
Along with crowds, Cereal Killer has also drawn polarizing responses from the public and the media.
In “Cartoons and Cereal,” he sings, “Reminisce when I had the morning appetite/ Apple Jacks, had nothing that I hit the TV Guide.”
You can even buy containers of their Cereal Milk in select stores.
Cereal brings back memories of lazy mornings and easy extravagance, a time when worries were few and comfort was plenty.
America already has a cereal cafe, Cereality, which has a store in Virginia and at the Dallas Fort Worth airport.
I was born out in a little town out from Dallas, Cereal, Tex.Warren Commission (3 of 26): Hearings Vol. III (of 15)|The President's Commission on the Assassination of President Kennedy
Before five o'clock Flame had added a telephone item to the cereal bill.Peace on Earth, Good-will to Dogs|Eleanor Hallowell Abbott
Cereal: the name given to grasses that are raised for the food contained in their seeds, such as corn, wheat, rice.Agriculture for Beginners|Charles William Burkett
Patches of ground were tilled, and root and cereal crops cultivated with success.Ancient Man in Britain|Donald A. (Donald Alexander) Mackenzie
The cereal was generally covered with an earthenware cover and she grumbled away in her pot like an old woman.Verotchka's Tales|Mamin Siberiak
Word Origin for cereal
1832, "grass yielding edible grain," originally an adjective (1818) "having to do with edible grain," from French céréale (16c., "of Ceres;" 18c. in grain sense), from Latin Cerealis "of grain," originally "of Ceres," from Ceres, Italic goddess of agriculture, from PIE *ker-es-, from root *ker- "to grow" (see crescent). The application to breakfast food cereal made from grain is American English, 1899.