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Foodstuff vs. Grocery

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  • Foodstuff (noun)

    A material that may be used as food.

  • Grocery (noun)

    retail foodstuffs and other household supplies.

  • Grocery (noun)

    A shop or store that sells groceries; a grocery store.

  • Grocery (verb)

    To go grocery shopping.

  • Grocery (verb)

    To furnish with groceries.

Wiktionary
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  • Foodstuff (noun)

    a substance suitable for consumption as food

    "rationing of staple foodstuffs was introduced"

    "the people depend on sago starch as a basic foodstuff"

  • Grocery (noun)

    a grocer's shop or business.

  • Grocery (noun)

    items of food sold in a grocery or supermarket.

Oxford Dictionary
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Webster Dictionary
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  • Foodstuff (noun)

    (usually plural) consumer goods sold by a grocer

  • Foodstuff (noun)

    a substance that can be used or prepared for use as food

  • Grocery (noun)

    a marketplace where groceries are sold;

    "the grocery store included a meat market"

  • Grocery (noun)

    (usually plural) consumer goods sold by a grocer

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