kissel

/ (ˈkɪsəl) /

noun

a Russian dessert of sweetened fruit purée thickened with arrowroot

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Word Origin for kissel

from Russian kisel
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Example sentences from the Web for kissel

  • The Water King flung himself on the kissel and honey-water, and ate and ate, and drank and drank until he burst!

    Russian Fairy Tales|W. R. S. Ralston