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

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When ready to serve, use the parchment overhangs to lift and transfer the s'more to a cutting board. Woman's Day Kitchen, Woman's Day, "Frozen S'mores," 14 Mar. 2019 Nestled among Cypress trees and Monterey pines, the place gives off major '60s vibes thanks to its retro refit, complete with shuffleboard and croquet courts, swimming pools, and fire pits for roasting s'mores. Mehera Bonner, Marie Claire, "Your Guide to the Perfect Weekend in California's Secret Wine Country," 8 Jan. 2019 Fairfax Avenue in the Mid-Wilshire district is not exactly known for its campfires, but that isn't stopping a shop specializing in cupcake-sized s'mores from opening next month. latimes.com, "Today: The Race to Second Place," 23 May 2018 For another type of treat, hydrate with a Blackberry Crush cocktail next door at Smak, or its famous Bloody Mary with slider, and don't miss the individual s'mores for a perfect afternoon or late-night pick-me-up. Zoe Settle, Town & Country, "What To Do In Telluride This Summer," 18 July 2014 Extras also include free yoga, lawn games, mountain bikes, nightly social hour and a nighttime program of stargazing with a local astronomer — complete with s'mores. Mary Forgione, latimes.com, "Save with low-season deal at Arizona boutique hotel in Sedona's Oak Creek Canyon," 29 May 2018 On Memorial Day in 2017, John Rippey was roasting s'mores with his two young sons and their friends around a backyard fire pit. NBC News, "Injuries from backyard fire pits on the rise, experts warn," 29 June 2018 Our family broke out the sunscreen and bug spray, badminton and bocce ball, and fired up both the grill for dinner and the fire pit for s'mores. Maya Wilson, Anchorage Daily News, "Thrown on a grill or campfire, pineapple teriyaki chicken in foil packs are a snap," 1 June 2018 In addition to s'mores, Johnson is serving coffee and small breakfast grab-and-go items. Jenn Harris, latimes.com, "This new Mid-Wilshire dessert shop specializes in one thing: s'mores," 22 May 2018

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First Known Use of s'more

1934, in the meaning defined above

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s'more

noun

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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