Part of speech: noun

An Italian paste of flour made into slender tubes.

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Usage examples "macaroni":

  1. He stuck a feather in his crown And called him macaroni. - "Captain Jinks, Hero", Ernest Crosby.
  2. But needful coin on which they had reckoned did not arrive; and they resolved in prudence to sit still at Florence and eat their bread and macaroni as poor sensible folk should do. - "Robert Browning", Edward Dowden.
  3. That's enough from you, macaroni! - "Over the Line", Harold M. Sherman.