graham cracker

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English[edit]

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A stack of graham crackers.

Etymology[edit]

Eponymously from Sylvester Graham, a lecturer on dietetics.

Noun[edit]

graham cracker (plural graham crackers)

  1. (US, dated) A specific cracker made of graham flour, developed in the nineteenth century.
  2. (US, by extension) A sweet rectangular cracker, usually made of graham flour and sweetened with honey (and often spiced with cinnamon) and perforated down the middle.