Hulled, usually crushed grain, especially oats.(noun-plural)
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Use "groats" in a sentence
"Intact seeds with the hull removed are called groats."
"COOK NOTE: Buckwheat, also called groats or kasha, is a member of the grass family, not a part of wheat."
"Into it he pushed five fourpenny pieces, then called groats, and very commonly current."