Definition of Rusks

1. Noun. (plural of rusk) ¹



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Definition of Rusks

1. rusk [n] - See also: rusk

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Rusks

rushes
rushest
rusheth
rushier
rushiest
rushiness
rushing
rushingly
rushings
rushlight
rushlights
rushlike
rushy
rusine
rusk
rusks (current term)
rusma
rusmas
russel
russell's viper
russellite
russels
russet
russet scab
russeted
russeting
russetings
russets
russetting
russettings

Literary usage of Rusks

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1. Baker's Bread by Paul Richards (1918)
"rusks. rusks are very much like buns, but approach nearer to the French Brioches, ... rusks should be of a delicate lightness and very close grained. ..."

2. Food and the Principles of Dietetics by Robert Hutchison (1905)
"rusks may be regarded as a kind of toast. They are made in much the same way as bread, but with the addition of butter, sugar and milk, and are twice passed ..."

3. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"rusks. Beat seven eggs well, and mix with half a pint of new milk, in which have been melted four ounces of butter; add to it a quarter of a pint of yest, ..."

4. The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany: With by Delany (Mary) (1861)
"I found him up at one o'clock; he had eaten bread and butter and rusks, drank tea and almond milk, and his fever much abated. Finding him in so good a way I ..."

5. The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mary Granville, Mrs. Delany: With by Delany (Mary) (1861)
"I found him up at one o'clock; he had eaten bread and butter and rusks, drank tea and almond milk, and his fever much abated. Finding him in so good a way I ..."

6. Household Hints by Emma Whitcomb Babcock (1881)
"Bake same as rusks. Currants may be added if you like, and when they are, and the buns served warm, they are said to resemble closely the tea-cakes made by ..."

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