a kind of bread in small, soft cakes, raised with baking powder or soda, or sometimes with yeast; scone.
a dry and crisp or hard bread in thin, flat cakes, made without yeast or other raising agent; a cracker.
a pale-brown color.
Also called bisque. Ceramics. unglazed earthenware or porcelain after firing.
Also called preform. a piece of plastic or the like, prepared for pressing into a phonograph record.
having the color biscuit.
a cookie or cracker.
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(Brit) a small flat dry sweet or plain cake of many varieties, baked from a dough US and Canadian word cookie
(US & Canadian) a kind of small roll similar to a muffin
a pale brown or yellowish-grey colour
(as adjective): biscuit gloves
Also called bisque. earthenware or porcelain that has been fired but not glazed
(slang) take the biscuit, to be regarded (by the speaker) as the most surprising thing that could have occurred
biscuits or a biscuit: I like biscuit bread more than corn bread for supper.
(of a ceramic object) fired to harden the body.
an individual portion of tortoni, frozen and served in a small cup, often topped with ground almonds. noun
bisque3 (def 2). Historical Examples The Mirror of Literature, Amusement, and Instruction Various The Story of Porcelain Sara Ware Bassett The Potter’s Craft Charles F. Binns