Definition of graham in English:

graham

adjective

North American
  • Denoting or made from wholewheat flour that has not been sifted.

    ‘a box of graham crackers’
    • ‘When my father did not immediately reappear, I went downstairs and got myself graham crackers and jam.’
    • ‘Anabel laughed as she put the roasted marshmallows on some graham crackers.’
    • ‘I had milk and an orange and some graham crackers and a bagel and some cookies.’
    • ‘The cake, which was always prepared a day before the holiday, had a graham cracker crust and a cream cheese filling.’
    • ‘They start to cook turnips and eat graham crackers, as they wait for their mother to come home.’
    • ‘In a food processor, add the graham crackers, sugar, ginger, cinnamon, and cloves.’
    • ‘Pearl barley, cracked wheat, graham flour and popcorn also make the whole-grain grade.’
    • ‘Does the idea of drinking graham cracker milk gruel make you laugh or feel ill or both?’
    • ‘Combine graham cracker crumbs with melted butter and stir.’
    • ‘Mix in graham cracker crumbs, melted butter, and sugar.’
    • ‘At snack time one day, the children used graham crackers, peanut butter, and raisins to create edible treasure maps.’
    • ‘I keep graham crackers and peanut butter in my desk drawer.’
    • ‘But when you try to make American-style cheesecake in France, you quickly run into a procurement hurdle: neither cream cheese or graham crackers are readily available.’
    • ‘Eat foods high in fiber such as beans, potatoes, broccoli, corn, graham crackers, and popcorn.’
    • ‘In the bowl of an electric mixer fitted with the paddle attachment, combine the flour, graham cracker crumbs, and butter and mix until just combined, about two minutes.’

Origin

Mid 19th century: named after Sylvester Graham (1794–1851), an American advocate of dietary reform.

Pronunciation

graham

/ˈɡreɪəm/