rasping

[ras-ping, rah-sping]

adjective

harsh; grating: a rasping voice.

noun

a tiny piece of material removed by rasping or scraping: raspings of sawed wood.
raspings, dry bread crumbs.

Origin of rasping

First recorded in 1650–60; rasp + -ing2, -ing1
Related formsrasp·ing·ly, adverbrasp·ing·ness, nounun·rasp·ing, adjective
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raspings

pl n

browned breadcrumbs for coating fish and other foods before frying, baking, etc

rasping

raspy (ˈrɑːspɪ)

adjective

(esp of a noise) harsh or grating; rough
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