bread vs bred

bread bred


  • 1) uncountable A foodstuff made by baking dough made from cereals
  • 2) countable Any variety of bread
  • 3) Food in general, regarded as necessary for sustaining life.
  • 4) A staple food made from flour or meal mixed with other dry and liquid ingredients, usually combined with a leavening agent, and kneaded, shaped into loaves, and baked.
  • 5) Means of support; livelihood.
  • 6) See Breadfruit.
  • 7) Food; sustenance; support of life, in general.
  • 8) (fig.) means of living.
  • 9) An article of food made from flour or meal by moistening, kneading, and baking.
  • 10) See Brown bread, under Brown.
  • 11) See under Aërated.
  • 12) A kind of food made of the flour or meal of some species of grain, by kneading it (with the addition of a little salt, and sometimes sugar) into a dough, yeast being commonly added to cause fermentation or “lightness,” and then baking it.
  • 13) Breadth. Also brede.
  • 14) (b In New England, wheaten or rye bread containing an admixture of Indian meal: a variety of it is called specifically Boston brown bread.
  • 15) Figuratively, food or sustenance in general.
  • 16) A piece of embroidery; a braid.
  • 17) transitive to coat with breadcrumbs
  • 18) cover with bread crumbs
  • 19) In net-making, to form in meshes: net. Also breathe, brede.
  • 20) To clean by rubbing with dry bread or with a bread-crust, as a drawing.
  • 21) To provide with daily bread.
  • 22) In Cookery, to prepare with grated bread; cover with white of eggs and bread-crumbs.
  • 23) To coat with bread crumbs, as before cooking.
  • 24) obsolete To spread.
  • 25) (Cookery) To cover with bread crumbs, preparatory to cooking.


  • 1) A simplified spelling of bread.
  • 2) An obsolete spelling of bread.
  • 3) Preterit and past participle of breed.
  • 4) Simple past tense and past participle of breed.
  • 5) [Obs., except as applied to domestic animals.] Well brought up, as shown in having good manners; cultivated; refined; polite.
  • 6) imp.&p.p.ofbreed.
  • 7) SeeunderArms.
  • 8) See under Arms.
  • 9) imp. & p. p. of breed.
  • 10) degenerated.


  • 1) Voss and the chauffeur drank a coffee in the canteen and ate bread and eggs.
  • 2) The women at the side of the road were already packing up their long oblong loaves of sweet Ghanaian bread.
  • 3) Think rich and you make money, think poor and someone steals your loaf of bread.
  • 4) Two apples, jam, some bread that would toast up nicely once he scraped off a little mold.
  • 5) Prepare the roasting tin by buttering a slice of bread and laying the pheasant on its side on the slice of bread***.
  • 6) All bread is better, if naturally sweet, without the soda; but _sour bread_ you should never eat, if you desire good health.
  • 7) You have got its corn laws repealed for it; try if you cannot get corn laws established for it dealing in a better bread; —bread made of that old enchanted Arabian grain, the Sesame, which opens doors; —doors not of robbers’, but of Kings’ Treasuries.
  • 8) If the alum be omitted, the bread has a slight yellowish grey hue -- as may be seen in the instance of what is called _home-made bread_, of private families.
  • 9) _bread_, whereas, when other leavening agents are used, the bread is referred to as _hot bread_, or _quick bread_, as is fully explained in another Section.
  • 10) "As the rain cometh down, and the snow from heaven, and returneth not thither, but watereth the earth, and maketh it (_the earth_) bring forth and bud (_not first bud, bear seed, and then bring forth_), that it (_the earth_) may give seed to the sower, and bread to the eater (_man being the only sower of seed and eater of bread_): so shall my Word be (_the Word of
  • 11) "Ah!" she said, speaking in a terrible voice, "you knew, you must have known -- friends and cousins and brothers, ay, daughters too -- that bread -- _bread_!
  • 12) I have a zucchini and chocolate bread I have recently become fond of and I must say that this pumpkin bread is now going to make an appearance at my home!
  • 13) I think the "mountain bread" is identified as Armenian, and it really is super-thin.
  • 14) ‘Unfortified whole wheat bread and bread baked from cake flour will still be available.’
  • 15) ‘Substitute whole-grain flour for half or all of the white flour when baking bread.’
  • 16) ‘Baking a loaf of bread will change the way you think about food.’
  • 17) ‘The Secretary-General is supposed to bake bread without flour, much less yeast.’
  • 18) ‘The smells were of fresh mint and coriander, of bread baking in a wood oven.’
  • 19) ‘They passed by a bakery, and the pair caught a delicious whiff of freshly baked bread loaves laid out outside on a desk.’
  • 20) ‘The same scheme will be applied to yoghurts, margarine, bread yeast, ice creams and vermouths.’
  • 21) ‘The refining process also denudes the flour on which this bread is based of much of its fibre and nutrients.’
  • 22) ‘They are as important to the quality of his bread as the flour, salt, and oil he uses.’
  • 23) ‘Elijah looked around, and by his head was a jar of water and some baked bread.’
  • 24) ‘Other ways of using the fruit include drying slices and grinding them into flour for bread.’
  • 25) ‘I can assure you she gave them no chance to eat wheat bread from her flour barrel.’
  • 26) ‘While we waited, hot freshly baked bread rolls were brought to the table along with a very large pepper mill.’
  • 27) ‘Sooner rather than later, you really must bake a loaf of bread.’
  • 28) ‘In preparation, the women have baked 500 loaves of bread to share with their visitors.’
  • 29) ‘I was making a stew which would hopefully last a few days and I'd also baked a loaf of bread earlier.’
  • 30) ‘As food he would take with him specially baked small loaves of bread.’
  • 31) ‘On the kitchen counter sat a freshly baked loaf of bread and a large chocolate cheesecake.’
  • 32) ‘I've baked countless loaves of bread as a baker and saved the world from hunger.’
  • 33) ‘One of the nicest gifts I ever received was a splendid loaf of bread the student had baked.’
  • 34) ‘Now this was according to God's will, so that the church might be provided with pure altar bread made by the hands of a chaste and innocent youth.’
  • 35) ‘After all, the consecrated bread had become body, and a body already contains blood.’
  • 36) ‘In his place was a priest with power to turn wine into blood and wafers of bread into flesh.’
  • 37) ‘Thirdly, the breaking of bread reminds us that the church lives under the shadow of the cross.’
  • 38) ‘I invite you to come now and to eat the living bread and drink the new wine of Christ and His Gospel.’
  • 39) ‘In its first room were the lamp-stand, the table and the consecrated bread; this was called the Holy Place.’
  • 40) ‘The symbolic bread was broken and given to the disciples with instruction to eat it.’
  • 41) ‘Altars in the homes are decorated with bread, candy, fruit, and flowers.’
  • 42) ‘The other kind of bread makes us strong in our love for God, other people, and ourselves.’
  • 43) ‘This bread is my flesh, which I will give for the life of the world.’
  • 44) ‘My flesh, Jesus said, is the bread of life given for the world, bread willing to be broken.’
  • 45) ‘History offers numerous examples of pious Roman Catholic women who claim to exist on the wine and bread of the Holy Sacrament alone.’
  • 46) ‘The bread was to represent Jesus' body, which, according to Rees, was broken for everyone.’
  • 47) ‘The bread is representative of Christ's body, and the wine is his blood.’
  • 48) ‘The church is necessary, because we cannot break the bread and drink the wine alone.’
  • 49) ‘When you receive communion, Jesus is present to you in the bread and in the wine.’
  • 50) ‘Then we are ready for Jesus to reveal himself to us in the breaking of the bread during Communion.’
  • 51) ‘There also is no mention of the familiar words of blessing over the bread and cup.’
  • 52) ‘Trial by blessed bread was a test for priests, for it was assumed guilty clergy would choke on hallowed food.’
  • 53) ‘When he sat down at the table to eat, he took some bread and said a blessing; then he broke it and gave it to them.’
  • 54) ‘His dad's job is putting bread on the table.’
  • 55) ‘Of course we must end poverty, and give men and women enough bread to live on.’
  • 56) ‘Let it be enough for you to have bread and live virtuously and poorly like Christ, as I do here.’
  • 57) ‘It makes sense to use your head and spread the bread.’
  • 58) ‘The uncreative tell the creative what to do because they want the bread.’
  • 59) ‘She's going to be tired and irritable, and bound to bring up the subject of who earns the bread.’
  • 60) ‘I don't have the bread to buy a new bike.’
  • 61) ‘Use a separate breading station for vegetables and meats or just make sure you bread the vegetables first.’
  • 62) ‘Continue breading each food item, keeping them separate on the plate or baking sheet.’
  • 63) ‘bread meat, chicken and fish rather than broiling or roasting them.’
  • 64) ‘So although I have no problem breading veal, or diving into the intricacies of pasta making, seafood remains a bit of a mystery to me.’
  • 65) ‘Amaranth flour is good for breading fish or chicken.’
  • 66) ‘I went about breading and frying slices of extra-firm tofu as the aroma of fried chicken filled the kitchen.’
  • 67) ‘Rather than relying on fried onions from the can, I breaded the onions in panko (Japanese breadcrumbs).’
  • 68) ‘I used ground beef, cubed mozarella instead of cheese string, and I breaded the meatballs.’
  • 69) ‘Once all fish are breaded, cover with plastic wrap and place in refrigerator for 15 minutes.’
  • 70) ‘However, fresh fish can be breaded and pan-fried with a crispy cornmeal coating in less than 10 minutes.’


  • 1) Oh, I remember you dislike those circles, but they're bred in you.
  • 2) With bred heifers going at sixty dollars a hundred pounds, it just takes three of'em to make you a grand larceny.
  • 3) ‘As Luni rode through town, mounted on his exquisitely bred horse, she decided that life with him might not be so bad.’
  • 4) ‘Much of the delivery work was done by half-draft or specially bred horses.’
  • 5) ‘Specially bred horses (all stallions no more than 14 hands high) were fed and housed in lavish stables and great forts.’
  • 6) ‘Yet for the time they are alive, these carefully bred animals are treated to a lavish lifestyle before they face mortal combat.’
  • 7) ‘Here, different bred animals are set loose in the city.’
  • 8) ‘A company once asked him to see if its specially bred beans caused less gas than ordinary beans.’

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