s'more

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English[edit]

A s'more

Etymology[edit]

A contraction of some more, so called because they’re meant to be so tasty you always want some more.

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Noun[edit]

s'more (plural s'mores)

  1. (US) A snack food made by combining graham crackers, marshmallows (frequently toasted) and chocolate, a typical camping fireside treat.
    • 1990, Margaret Kenda, Cooking Wizardry for Kids
      S’Mores are a traditional favorite cook-out food with Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.
    • 2003, Sheri Joseph, Bear Me Safely Over
      She bit into the s’more, and the melted marshmallow goo fell over her lip, onto her chin.
    • 2003, Cynthia Kaplan, I’m Like This
      I’d had too many s’mores.

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