graham cracker

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noun

a semisweet cracker, usually rectangular in shape, made chiefly of whole-wheat flour.

Origin of graham cracker

An Americanism dating back to 1815–25
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Contemporary Examples of graham cracker

  • Chocolate melts, cotton candy disintegrates, graham-cracker walls separate, and gingerbread roofs eventually cave in.

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    Inside Will Cotton's Candy World

    Isabel Wilkinson

    November 2, 2011

Historical Examples of graham cracker