grissini

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grissini (ɡrɪˈsiːnɪ)
 
pl n
thin crisp breadsticks
 
[C20: from Italian]

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Main Entry:  grissini
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  long thin Italian breadsticks
Example:  Grissini are pencil-sized sticks of crispy, dry bread originating in Turin.
Etymology:  Ital., by 1851
Usage:  cooking; singular is grissino
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