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bread British & World English

Food made of flour, water, and yeast mixed together and baked

bee bread British & World English

Honey or pollen used as food by bees

bread bin British & World English

A container for keeping bread in

rye bread British & World English

Bread made with rye flour, typically dark in colour and with a dense, chewy texture

tea bread British & World English

A type of cake, baked in the shape of a loaf, containing dried fruit that has been soaked in tea before baking

black bread British & World English

A coarse dark-coloured type of rye bread

break bread British & World English

Celebrate the Eucharist

bread-kind British & World English

Food with a consistency resembling bread, such as yams or sweet potatoes

bread knife British & World English

A long knife with a serrated edge, for slicing bread

bread mold British & World English

Any of various fungi, especially of the genus Rhizopus, that grow on bread and other foods

bread sauce British & World English

Sauce made with milk and breadcrumbs, typically eaten with roast chicken or turkey

bread tree British & World English

A cycad native to tropical and southern Africa, which yields an edible sago-like starch

brown bread British & World English

Bread that is light brown in colour, typically made using unbleached or unrefined wholemeal flour

eggy bread British & World English

Another term for French toast.

laver bread British & World English

A Welsh dish of laver which is boiled, dipped in oatmeal, and fried

soda bread British & World English

Bread leavened with baking soda

spoon bread British & World English

Soft maize bread

white bread British & World English

Bread that is light in colour, made with flour that has been through a refining process

anadama bread British & World English

A type of yeast bread typically made with cornmeal and dark molasses

bread pudding British & World English

A rich, heavy cake or pudding made from pieces of bread soaked in milk and baked with eggs, sugar, dried fruit, and spices, eaten hot or cold

French bread British & World English

White bread in a long, crisp loaf

garlic bread British & World English

Bread spread with butter and crushed garlic and heated in the oven, often served as a side dish

granary bread British & World English

A type of brown bread containing whole grains of wheat

monkey bread British & World English

The baobab tree or its fruit

bread and wine British & World English

The consecrated elements used in the celebration of the Eucharist; the sacrament of the Eucharist

bread and circuses British & World English

Entertainment or political policies used to keep the mass of people happy and docile

bread and water British & World English

A frugal diet that is eaten in poverty, chosen in abstinence, or given as a punishment

one's daily bread British & World English

The money or food that one needs in order to live

bread and butter British & World English

A person’s livelihood or main source of income

the bread of life British & World English

A source of spiritual nourishment

bread-and-butter letter British & World English

A letter expressing thanks for hospitality

bread-and-butter pickle British & World English

A variety of sweet pickle made with thin-sliced cucumbers and various seasonings

bread-and-butter pudding British & World English

A dessert consisting of slices of bread and butter layered with dried fruit and sugar and baked with a mixture of milk and egg

one cannot live by bread alone British & World English

People have spiritual as well as physical needs

cast one's bread upon the waters British & World English

Do good without expecting gratitude or reward

break bread in bread British & World English

Celebrate the Eucharist

know which side one's bread is buttered British & World English

Know where one’s advantage lies

take the bread out of people's mouths British & World English

Deprive people of their livings by competition or unfair working practices

want one's bread buttered on both sides British & World English

Want more than is practicable or than is reasonable to expect

half a loaf is better than no bread British & World English

It is better to accept less than one wants or expects than to have nothing at all

bread and wine in bread British & World English

The consecrated elements used in the celebration of the Eucharist; the sacrament of the Eucharist

one's daily bread in bread British & World English

The money or food that one needs in order to live

boxty British & World English

A type of bread made using grated raw potatoes and flour, originally in Ireland

boxty bread in boxty British & World English

A type of bread made using grated raw potatoes and flour, originally in Ireland

breadbasket British & World English

A part of a region that produces cereals for the rest of it

breadboard British & World English

A board for cutting bread on

breadcrumb British & World English

A small fragment of bread


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