from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- In entomology, having the form of a string of grains or beads; moniliform, as the antennæ of many insects.
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_Cereals_: wheaten grits; wheatena; granose; oatmeal porridge;
_Bread_ -- all over a day old: brown; graham; gluten; rye; zwieback; crackers; cracked wheat; corn meal; hominy; wheaten and graham grits; rolled rye and oats; granose; cerealin; macaroni with toasted bread-crumbs; farina, boiled with milk; Milkine; Horlick's or Mellin's food.
They scoffed at him when he said that his regular twilight Repast was a saucer of granose Flakes, a mere sliver of White Meat, and some diluted
Serve on thin crackers, hot shredded-wheat or granose biscuit, or on bread toasted on but one side, placing the rarebit on the untoasted side.
a saucer of granose Flakes, a mere sliver of White Meat, and some diluted Milk.