a soft, flattish bread roll.
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How to use bap in a sentence
He crumpled onto the floor in front of his bed and I hit him again, bap!
We passed not far from the foot of the lofty mountain Sah bap, from which point we could also see several other mountains.Siam | George B. Bacon
Unbaptised, un-bap′tīzd, adj. not having received baptism, unchristian: unholy.
"The only Jordan bap Sloan will ever see now," he said, with a shiver that sent a tremor through his bowed shoulders.Travelers Five Along Life's Highway | Annie Fellows Johnston
At one eventful chicken fight, where a fee of twenty-five cents for the entrance of each fowl was assessed, one bap.Abraham Lincoln, Volume 1 (of 2) | William H. Herndon
He said there was more need that Je-sus should bap-tize him.Young Folks' Bible in Words of Easy Reading | Josephine Pollard
British Dictionary definitions for bap
British a large soft bread roll
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