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marbit
 n.— «While cereals aimed at health-conscious adults are packed with whole grains and fiber, cereals for their children contain things called “marbits’ (bits of marshmallows), malt syrup, corn syrup, brown sugar, honey and other sugar products.» —“Low-fiber, high-sugar kid’s cereals are well-advertised” by Marty Primeau Dallas Morning News Apr. 18, 1990. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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