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noun

unbolted wheat flour, containing all of the wheat grain; whole-wheat flour.

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Origin of graham flour

1825–35, Americanism; named after Sylvester Graham (1794–1851), U.S. dietary reformer
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graham flour

noun

mainly US and Canadian unbolted wheat flour ground from whole-wheat grain, similar to whole-wheat flour
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