white bread

NOUN
  1. bread made with finely ground and usually bleached wheat flour
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How To Use white bread In A Sentence

  • The patrons' tables are constantly resupplied with clear, cool, tart pomegranate juice and hot, flat white bread extracted with long-handled wooden spatulas from the ovens through openings in the walls.
  • The typical concrete edge, the unhealthy pollution caused by too much sliced white bread and the overpowering dominance of aggressive species such as Canada geese and coots combine to turn them into lifeless wet deserts.
  • Then mix the white bread base and the achiote paste in the machine until incorporated. Times, Sunday Times
  • Of course, if you are a native to Kentucky, it is best when spread thick between two slices of white bread for a quick lunch.
  • Men eating white bread saw no change in the amount of cholesterol in their blood streams.
  • Wholemeal bread is more nutritious than white bread.
  • So, try wholemeal rather than white bread and fruit juice as opposed to squash.
  • The nutritive arguments still stand and I would not make a habit of eating lots of white bread.
  • Although accompanied some of the time by his posh, dull, white bread girlfriend, a germ of doubt grows in the mind of the audience.
  • The sandwiches were on white bread and every crust was cut off neatly from the edge.
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