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noun as in edible grain

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This cute BPA-free bowl has a space for up to 15 ounces of milk on one side, and a cup of cereal on the other.

Some of us beeline for the salty chips and others for the sugar-packed cereals.

She plunged her hand into a blue box of 50 or so masks, then two more boxes, like a kid frantically scrounging through cereal boxes for a magic ring.

Quaker used Anderson’s methods to make a variety of cereals and advertised it as “Food Shot From Guns.”

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Lucky Charms may not be my cereal of choice, but the whole setup seems rather nice.

Along with crowds, Cereal Killer has also drawn polarizing responses from the public and the media.

Tosi has been using cereal milk as a flavor ever since 2007, and she says it taps into a universal “memory sensor.”

In “Cartoons and Cereal,” he sings, “Reminisce when I had the morning appetite/ Apple Jacks, had nothing that I hit the TV Guide.”

You can even buy containers of their Cereal Milk in select stores.

Cereal brings back memories of lazy mornings and easy extravagance, a time when worries were few and comfort was plenty.

It is the chief cereal, and the inhabitants say it originated in Ha-ram, China, nearly five thousand years ago.

Thank God today would see the end, and they could once more have the hot South Polar crisis with their cereal.

I also discovered a cereal very like barley, which I ground up and made into cakes.

She named the cereal which constituted the only crop to which these marsh lands were suitable.

Flour and other cereal foods are sometimes adulterated with some cheap substitutes, as bran or sawdust.


On this page you'll find 12 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to cereal, such as: bran, corn, grain, rice, wheat, and oats.

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