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granola

[ gruh-noh-luh ]
/ grəˈnoʊ lə /
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noun
a breakfast food consisting of rolled oats, brown sugar, nuts, dried fruit, etc., usually served with milk.
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Origin of granola

1870–75; originally a trademark; cf. -ola
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British Dictionary definitions for granola

granola
/ (ɡrəˈnəʊlə) /

noun
US and Canadian a mixture of rolled oats, brown sugar, nuts, fruit, etc, eaten with milk

Word Origin for granola

C20: originally Granola a trademark
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