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maccaroni

[ mak-uh-roh-nee ]

noun

, plural mac·ca·ro·nis, mac·ca·ro·nies.
  1. a variant of macaroni.


maccaroni

/ ˌmækəˈrəʊnɪ /

noun

  1. a variant spelling of macaroni


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Its branches are well known to Europe and America under the familiar name of maccaroni.

These are commonly lost or stolen before the maccaroni arrives among us.

Lambert laughed in the act of lifting some maccaroni to his mouth.

They bake their own bread and sometimes make their own maccaroni at home.

Then grate a quarter of a pound of fine cheese, and mix it with the maccaroni, adding another ounce of butter.

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