A ground, usually white meal of dried and hulled corn kernels that is boiled and served as a breakfast food or side dish.(noun-plural)
Coarsely ground grain, especially corn.(noun-plural)
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Use "grits" in a sentence
"Comparing this to whether you buy corn flakes or grits is really, really, really a completely irrelevent comparison."
"The thing about grits is they can be a bit bland by themselves."
"Without you, I could not continue to "pen" these bite-sized pieces of Provence, slices of French life, or grits from the Gaul."