Definition of white-bread in English:

white-bread

Syllabification: white-bread

adjective

North American informal
Of, belonging to, or representative of the white middle classes; not progressive, radical, or innovative: inoffensive white-bread comedies
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  • Before that, before corporate man became a sexy thing, corporate America was a white-bread, repressed, deeply uncool place to be.
  • And all of sudden, we then get white-bread television, and you know, we'll have television of the '50s again.
  • We must find some alternative to the most insular tendencies of ethnic social clubs, but not white-bread homogeneity or the romance of going it alone.

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