muesli

[myoos-lee, myooz]
noun
a breakfast cereal similar to granola, usually consisting of rolled oats and dried fruit.

Origin:
1935–40; < dialectal German

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muesli (ˈmjuːzlɪ)
 
n
a mixture of rolled oats, nuts, fruit, etc, eaten with milk
 
[Swiss German, from German Mus mush, purée + -li, diminutive suffix]

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muesli
breakfast dish of oats, fruit, milk, 1926, from Swiss-Ger.
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Example sentences
He orders the home-made muesli with fruit salad, yogurt and honey alongside his brew.
The hotel's complimentary breakfast buffet includes muesli, fruit, and a variety of fresh breads and local cheeses and sausages.
These increases are partly due to dynamic increases within the sweets, muesli, granola bar and bakery industries.
Processed breakfast cereals versus unrefined cereal, oats, muesli or porridge.
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