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rusk

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food, Babies
ruskrusk /rʌsk/ noun [countable]  British EnglishDFDHB a hard sweet dry bread for babies to eat
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ruskMaria, aged 18 months, would drink milk only with a rusk mashed up in her bottle.Hugh Farnham was discovered in a retirement home in Florida, living under an assumed identity, obsessively chewing on his rusks.The diet should not contain any bread or rusks.Even low-sugar rusks can contain up to 15 percent sugar so give crusts of toast or a scrubbed carrot to gnaw on instead.
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