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- v. To smother.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- transitive v. To smother. See smoor.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- To smother; suffocate.
- To smother; be suffocated.
- A dialectal form of smear.
On her website I found a fabulous recipe for one of their most famous cupcakes, the chocolate graham cracker cupcake with marshmallow frosting (basically a smore).
If you did this with a chocolate filling, you'd have a smore pie.
My favorite cheesecake is a combination of the last two desserts I made for my family Thanksgiving dinner - Cheesecake with a chocolate cream pie layer on top - graham cracker crust of course (tastes like a smore!)
This looks amazing - maybe even better than the original version of a smore!
One gigantic smore cake, that is gonna totally ruin my diet!!
June 14, 2010 at 3:05 am ai fink tihs cawls fur a smore gas board! an drinkees sins it bi mundane!
We're bringing the Monopoly game, our bathing suits, and smore-making items.
Don't you think tha't smore important to the people of the state of Louisiana than how early she comes out on behalf of Obama?
I had some caramel sauce in the fridge, leftover from making apple strudel and I knew there were graham crackers in the cupboard, leftover from making cheesecake and before you knew it I had built a peanut butter and caramel smore.
I say a peanut butter caramel smore is a natural winner.
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