Recent Examples of biscotto from the Web
The nearby lunch tables were filled with gallerists and businessmen, but Diamanda Galás put down her biscotto, opened her mouth slightly and proceeded to hold a single note — a low, plaintive note — for what felt like an eternity.
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Origin and Etymology of biscotto
Italian, biscuit, cookie, from (pane) biscotto, literally, bread baked twice
First Known Use: 1920See Words from the same year
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