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piz·zel·le

 (pēt-sĕl′ā, pĭt-sĕl′)
n.
A thin, crisp Italian cookie that is baked in an iron and resembles a waffle, often flavored with anise.

[From Italian, pl. of pizzella, a pizzelle, from diminutive of pizza, pie, tart, pizza; see pizza.]
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pizzelle

(pɪtˈsɛleɪ)
n
(Cookery) cookery US a type of sweet wafer biscuit like a thin crisp waffle, originally made in Italy
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