mul·​ti·​grain ˌməl-tē-ˈgrān How to pronounce multigrain (audio)
: made from or containing more than one type of grain
multigrain bread
a multigrain hamburger bun

Examples of multigrain in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web The Spicy Deluxe Sandwich can be customized to include three different variations of cheese, a combination of tomato, lettuce and pickles, as well as a toasted, buttery white or multigrain bun. Esther Piccolino, Miami Herald, 2 Feb. 2024 Popular flavors include the multigrain porridge bread, blue corn made with flour from Masienda and a sourdough bread with olives. Roxana Becerril, San Diego Union-Tribune, 28 Jan. 2024 This summer, Trader Joe’s recalled a number of its popular products, including multigrain crackers, broccoli cheddar soup, falafel, and two different types of cookies due to foreign object contamination. Julia Landwehr, Health, 21 Sep. 2023 The nutritional standards mean french fries are baked, not fried, bread is multigrain, and higher-calorie items, like packets of Ken’s Caesar salad dressing, are restricted to one per student. Amanda Yeager, Baltimore Sun, 6 Sep. 2023 The company announced a recall Thursday for its multigrain crackers with sunflower and flax seeds due to possible metal contamination. Jordan Valinsky, CNN, 18 Aug. 2023 Bread Options Here are some of our favorite types of bread to use in our old-fashioned stuffing (choose one): white or wheat bread, corn bread, focaccia bread, Italian bread, multigrain bread, and sourdough bread. Bhg Test Kitchen, Better Homes & Gardens, 25 July 2023 Cold carrot curry soup, salade niçoise, multigrain bread of the hue of rich mahogany, which Audra had baked herself just that morning. Joyce Carol Oates, Harper's Magazine, 10 July 2023 Oatmeal with a side of berries, multigrain avocado toast, and many cereals are a great way to introduce fiber into one's morning. Daryl Austin, USA TODAY, 9 June 2023

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Word History

First Known Use

1917, in the meaning defined above

Time Traveler
The first known use of multigrain was in 1917

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“Multigrain.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 20 May. 2024.

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