Associations to the word «Biscuit»
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BISCUIT, noun. (chiefly UK) (Australia) (NZ) (rare in the US) A small, flat, baked good which is either hard and crisp or else soft but firm: a cookie.
BISCUIT, noun. (chiefly North America) A small, usually soft and flaky bread, generally made with baking soda, which is similar in texture to a scone but which is usually not sweet.
BISCUIT, noun. (UK) A cracker.
BISCUIT, noun. (nautical) The "bread" formerly supplied to naval ships, which was made with very little water, kneaded into flat cakes, and slowly baked, and which often became infested with weevils.
BISCUIT, noun. A form of unglazed earthenware.
BISCUIT, noun. A light brown colour.
BISCUIT, noun. (woodworking) A thin oval wafer of wood or other material inserted into mating slots on pieces of material to be joined to provide gluing surface and strength in shear.
BISCUIT BEETLE, noun. Drugstore beetle
BISCUIT ROOT, noun. Alternative form of biscuitroot
BISCUIT ROOTS, noun. Plural of biscuit root
BISCUIT SHOOTER, noun. (American) (slang) A waiter, waitress, or cook.
BISCUIT, noun. Small round bread leavened with baking-powder or soda.
BISCUIT, noun. Any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term).
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