scrapple

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noun scrap·ple \ˈskra-pəl\

Definition of scrapple

  1. :  a seasoned mixture of ground meat (such as pork) and cornmeal set in a mold and served sliced and fried

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Origin and Etymology of scrapple

diminutive of 1scrap


First Known Use: 1852


SCRAPPLE Defined for English Language Learners

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Definition of scrapple for English Language Learners

  • : a dish of meat mixed with spices, broth, and boiled cornmeal that is placed in a mold and served sliced and fried

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