s'more

noun
\ ˈsmȯr How to pronounce s'more (audio) \

Definition of s'more

: a dessert consisting usually of toasted marshmallow and pieces of chocolate bar sandwiched between two graham crackers

Examples of s'more in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Set up a tent in your living room and make s'mores in your oven. Amy Haneline, USA TODAY, "No summer camp? No problem. Here are 5 ways to re-create the experience for kids stuck at home," 26 May 2020 Other camps canceled Other campers will have to make s'mores at home. Katherine Fitzgerald, azcentral, "Arizona sleep-away camps: Are they opening in the summer of coronavirus? Here's what we know," 13 May 2020 But the promise of making batches of s'mores on the grill—this one makes six at a time—is enticing. Billy Cadden, Popular Science, "Grill gear to make your barbecue the best on the block," 24 May 2018 If your municipality doesn't allow fires, huddle by the fireplace instead or even make s'mores in the microwave. Lizz Schumer, Good Housekeeping, "100 Cute Date Ideas so You Never Get Bored Again," 26 Mar. 2020 Besides beer, the beer garden will also feature an outdoor station for making s'mores, said Hastings. Cathy Kozlowicz, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "A new three-story building will bring a beer garden, Mexican restaurant, pizza and coffee shop to downtown Sussex," 29 Jan. 2020 The Chocolate Campfire did indeed evoke a s'more marshmallowey spirit. Paul Stephen, ExpressNews.com, "Luckybar provides protein for the picky eater," 16 Oct. 2019 The president and his aides are preparing for the next phase in part by wooing lawmakers, from invitations to sporting events to weekends of s'mores and skeet shooting at Camp David. Philip Rucker, Anchorage Daily News, "Trump’s GOP support hardens despite damning impeachment testimony," 24 Nov. 2019 Opt to host the actual gift exchange among the wintry elements, or keep the festivities going by serving warming dishes outside, too, such as bowls of soup, red wine, and everybody's fave: s'mores. Jessica Cumberbatch Anderson, Good Housekeeping, "How to Decorate Your Home for Every Type of Holiday Gathering," 1 Nov. 2019

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First Known Use of s'more

1934, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for s'more

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“S'more.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/s%27more. Accessed 11 Aug. 2020.

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s'more

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English Language Learners Definition of s'more

US : a sweet food that is made by putting a melted marshmallow and a piece of chocolate between two crackers

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