wholemeal

[ hohl-meel ]
/ ˈhoʊlˌmil /

adjective British.

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Origin of wholemeal

First recorded in 1610–20; whole + meal2
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British Dictionary definitions for wholemeal

wholemeal
/ (ˈhəʊlˌmiːl) /

adjective

British (of flour, bread, etc) made from the entire wheat kernelUS and Canadian term: whole-wheat
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