A glazed, brittle biscuit that is usually salted on the outside and baked in the form of a loose knot or a stick.(noun)
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Use "pretzel" in a sentence
"Bending yourself into a pretzel is probably unhelpful."
"It recently bought a private-label pretzel maker for $300 million."
"I think the key to a good vendor pretzel is the time of day you buy it."