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nounUS, North American
A type of soft bread roll, made by folding over a round flat piece of dough.
Late 19th century; earliest use found in Presbyterian Cook Book. From the name of the Parker House hotel, Boston, Massachusetts (founded in 1855), where the roll was first made + roll.
Parker House roll/ˌpɑːkə haʊs ˈrəʊl/
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