Definition of Biscuity

1. Adjective. Resembling a biscuit. ¹



¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Biscuity

1. biscuit [adj] - See also: biscuit

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Biscuity

biscistronic
biscotin
biscotins
biscotti
biscottis
biscotto
biscriptal
biscuit
biscuit-bake
biscuit-firing
biscuit bite
biscuiteer
biscuitless
biscuitlike
biscuits
biscuity (current term)
biscutate
bisdequalinium chloride
bise
bisecant
bisecants
bisect
bisectarian
bisected
bisecting
bisection
bisectional
bisectionally
bisections
bisector

Literary usage of Biscuity

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1. A Dictionary of Applied Chemistry by Thomas Edward Thorpe (1921)
"... and the well-known biscuity flavour appears. In order to produce this, the temperature and moisture must have a certain correlation. ..."

2. The English Illustrated Magazine (1892)
"Nor does it hurt the pleasant " biscuity " flavour of the atmosphere which is general in the ..."

3. Treatise on Applied Analytical Chemistry by Vittorio Villavecchia (1918)
"It forms yellowish-grey clots or powder with a slight biscuity odour and dissolves slightly in cold water with an alkaline reaction and still less in hot ..."

4. Journal of the British Dental Association by British Dental Association (1902)
"street hoardings tells us what the present generation are fed on, and we all of us, I suppose, admit that the patent foods, being of a biscuity nature, ..."

5. Proceedings of the Liverpool Geological Society by Liverpool Geological Society (1900)
"Mag., Nov., 1883. t Calcite shells may become rotten through the action of boring sponges, <Sc., but they never assume the biscuity or powdery condition ..."

6. Round about the islands: or, Sunny spots near home by Clement William Scott (1874)
"... the cream yellow of Madame Margolin, the crisp, choice, biscuity effect of the pale Miss Ingram, and the still unequalled glory of Celine Fores- tier. ..."

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