water biscuit

noun

Definition of water biscuit

: a cracker of flour and water and sometimes fat

Examples of water biscuit in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019 And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019 And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019 And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019 And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019 And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019 And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019 And even as Minou goes about procuring fennel pie and rose-water biscuits at a busy market stall, the region’s violent history seeks to reassert itself. The Washington Post, The Mercury News, "A lush tale of love and hate and religion and politics," 20 June 2019

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First Known Use of water biscuit

1786, in the meaning defined above

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“Water biscuit.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/water%20biscuit. Accessed 29 Sep. 2020.

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