noun, plural bak·er·ies.
- baker, newton diehl,
- baker, ray stannard,
- baker, sir benjamin,
- bakewell tart,
Origin of bakery
Examples from the Web for bakery
He spent eight years cutting and pasting bakeries in different locations for [French bakery] Fauchon.
The other is under a hefty oven in a bakery just a couple yards away.
Outside the bakery of Akram Shahmeh, 42, rocks are flying and tires are burning.
“My brother Khaled works in a bakery around the corner from the clashes,” Fathiya Salah Zeidan told The Daily Beast.The Hanging Judge of Minya, Egypt, Sentences Hundreds to Death|Bel Trew|April 28, 2014|DAILY BEAST
There was this location in Dresden that was the front of the bakery, that was overwhelmingly beautiful.
Near it was the bakery, if the mansion required one, supplied with an oven.The Private Life of the Romans|Harold Whetstone Johnston
Of all the simple people that I ever met, the 'Cajin' takes the bakery.The Outlet|Andy Adams
They dined at the bakery, flattering themselves that the girl who waited on them did not know that they were lovers.A Yankee from the West|Opie Read
The two apprentices in Brackett's bakery had a dozen minds about striking that first morning.The Stillwater Tragedy|Thomas Bailey Aldrich
But I shall do my duty, although I am less at home with the lance or the sword than with the poker of the furnace in my bakery.