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biscuit meaning

[ 'biskit ]   Pronunciation:
Synonyms of "biscuit""biscuit" in a sentence
MeaningMobile
  • Noun: biscuit  biskit
    1. [N. Amer] Small round bread leavened with baking-powder or soda 
    2. [Brit] Any of various small flat sweet cakes
      - cookie [N. Amer], cooky [N. Amer], bicky [Brit], bikky [Brit], bikkie [Brit]

    Derived forms: biscuits

    Type of: cake, quick bread

    Encyclopedia: Biscuit


  • [American slang]
    n. the head.
    • She got a nasty little bump on the biscuit.
    • He wears a tin can on his biscuit in case he tumbles.


  • [Engineering acoustics]
    See preform

  • [Medicine]
    n : porcelain after the first firing and before glazing
Examples
  • Stop hogging the biscuits and pass them round!
  • She sat stuffing herself with biscuits.
  • He spiced the biscuits with cinnamon.
  • I caught her with her fingers in the biscuit tin.
  • Hand the biscuits round.
  • Afterwards they went into the smoking-room for coffee and biscuits.
  • Why don't you mix your biscuit on the pastry table, there?
  • Then we talked of the wine and nibbled bath oliver biscuits.
  • Do not put on that innocent look; we know you ate all the biscuits.
  • I thought there would be some biscuits left but they have wolfed the lot!
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