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bread US English

Food made of flour, water, and yeast or another leavening agent, mixed together and baked

bee bread US English

Honey or pollen used as food by bees

bread bin US English

A container for keeping bread in

rye bread US English

Bread made wholly or partly with rye flour, typically with caraway seeds added

tea bread US 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 US English

A coarse, dark-colored type of rye bread

brown bread US English

Bread that is light brown in color, typically made using unbleached or unrefined whole wheat flour

break bread US English

Celebrate the Eucharist

daily bread US English

The money or food that one needs in order to live

bread-kind US English

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

bread knife US English

A long knife, typically with a serrated edge, for slicing bread

bread mold US English

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

bread sauce US English

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

bread tree US English

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

eggy bread US English

Another term for French toast.

soda bread US English

Bread leavened with baking soda

spoon bread US English

Soft cornbread served with a spoon

white bread US English

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

laver bread US English

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

anadama bread US English

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

bread pudding US English

A dessert consisting of slices of bread baked together with dried fruit, sugar, spices, eggs, and milk

French bread US English

White bread in a long, crisp loaf

garlic bread US English

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

granary bread US English

A type of brown bread containing whole grains of wheat

monkey bread US English

The baobab tree or its fruit

bread and wine US English

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

beg one's bread US English

Live by begging

bread and circuses US English

A diet of entertainment or political policies on which the masses are fed to keep them happy and docile

bread and water US English

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

bread and butter US English

A person’s livelihood or main source of income, typically as earned by routine work

the bread of life US English

Something regarded as a source of spiritual nourishment

break bread in bread US English

Celebrate the Eucharist

daily bread in bread US English

The money or food that one needs in order to live

bread-and-butter letter US English

A letter expressing thanks for hospitality

bread-and-butter pickle US English

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

bread-and-butter pudding US 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

Bread and Butter State US English

A nickname for the state of Minnesota.

beg one's bread in beg US English

Live by begging

bread and water in bread US English

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

bread and wine in bread US English

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

one cannot live by bread alone US English

People have spiritual as well as physical needs

bread and circuses in bread US English

A diet of entertainment or political policies on which the masses are fed to keep them happy and docile

the best thing since sliced bread US English

Used to emphasize one’s enthusiasm about a new idea, person, or thing

cast one's bread upon the waters US English

Do good without expecting gratitude or reward

the bread of life in bread US English

Something regarded as a source of spiritual nourishment

know which side one's bread is buttered US English

Know where one’s advantage lies

take the bread out of people's mouths US English

Deprive people of their livings by competition or unfair working practices

want one's bread buttered on both sides US English

Want more than is practicable or than is reasonable to expect

boxty US English

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

boxty bread in boxty US English

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


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