Definition of water biscuit in English:

water biscuit

Syllabification: wa·ter bis·cuit

noun

A thin, crisp unsweetened cracker made from flour and water.
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  • When the cheeseboard arrives will people forego the offer of a knife and instead try to slice a mature manchego with a crumbly water biscuit?
  • My paté was also excellent although I would have described the water biscuits as bread sticks!
  • The cheese came served with water biscuits and an impressive array of preserved fruit, walnuts and grapes.

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