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 Popcorn, candy, and s'mores courtesy of Jean-Georges. Leena Kim, Town & Country, "The Mark Hotel's Holiday Package May Be New York's Most Expensive at $250K," 15 Dec. 2019 Flavors include s'mores, blackberry raspberry chip, toffee caramel chocolate chip and mint and vanilla sandwiches. Shelbie Lynn Bostedt, RedEye Chicago, "Snag free frozen greek yogurt from the Cubs' Albert Almora on Tuesday," 19 June 2017 Sip on apple cider or hot chocolate, make s'mores and walk through the Winter Wonderland at Newfields. Chris Sims, Indianapolis Star, "Here are 27 December festivals, events around Indianapolis to keep you busy," 29 Nov. 2019 Ghost stories, once told over campfires and s'mores, are now spread by websites and social media. Scott Craven, azcentral, "Arizona's most notable ghosts, from a jilted lover to a rampaging camel," 24 Oct. 2019 Gather around a campfire eating s'mores and listen to spooky stories told by park rangers. Cyndi Schramm, Houston Chronicle, "Spooky Halloween events at Texas state parks," 9 Oct. 2019 Other activities include life-size chess and checkers, video games and s'mores roasting. Sarah Hauer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "NEWaukee Night Market adds tumbling team and fire dancers for Wednesday's event," 12 Aug. 2019 The consumption of s'mores is permitted, but only if they're made with Godiva. Rachel Mosely, Town & Country, "The 1% Daily," 10 July 2014 The snack highlight is a gourmet s'mores bar with a selection of crackers, cookies, chocolate, marshmallows and toppings. Sarah Hauer, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "A lounge with games like giant surgery and a s'mores bar is opening Sunday on Milwaukee's east side," 9 Aug. 2019

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First Known Use of s'more

1934, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for s'more

alteration of some more

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The first known use of s'more was in 1934

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9 Jan 2020

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“S'more.” The Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster Inc., https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/s'mores. Accessed 21 January 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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