loaf of bread

  1. a shaped mass of baked bread that is usually sliced before eating
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How To Use loaf of bread In A Sentence

  • In one scene the actors actually baked a loaf of bread and shared it with the audience.
  • The loaf of breadstuff was just sitting there waiting for me.
  • Could you get an extra loaf of bread?
  • Baking a loaf of bread will change the way you think about food.
  • Her face is like the top slice of a loaf of bread which is 7 days stale
  • An “adamant nondrinker,” he hated Chinese cuisine and, on being invited to a presidential banquet, took along a loaf of bread to eat. The Last Empress
  • They show that the light required to grow the 500 grammes of wheat that a loaf of bread contains would cost, at current prices, £9.82. Greens living in ivory towers now want to farm them too
  • We were diving into our popovers, the size of a loaf of bread.
  • Poor wretch, the officers tell me that he was caught robbing a loaf of bread from the basket of a wealthy Lady who had bought it.
  • After liberating a pie from a lukewarm oven, I trundled over to the cash register, where two hippy-looking young women dressed in shawls and all were waiting with a loaf of bread.
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