[ bey-kuh-ree, beyk-ree ]
/ ˈbeɪ kə ri, ˈbeɪk ri /
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noun, plural bak·er·ies.
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How to use bakery in a sentence
The next day the oldest boy and girl came to ask the bakeshop woman to come over.The Box-Car Children|Gertrude Chandler Warner
"A sociable little magpie, that one," jerking his thumb toward the bakeshop girl.The Incendiary|W. A. (William Augustine) Leahy
He pointed to the white rats and mice that were having a fine time among the buns in the bakeshop window.
I wonder what in the world Mr. Capper lets those white rats stay in his bakeshop window for?
They were expelled, and the nave of the church was used as a military bakeshop.The Spell of the Heart of France|Andr Hallays
British Dictionary definitions for bakery
/ (ˈbeɪkərɪ) /
noun plural -eries
Also called: bakehouse a room or building equipped for baking
a shop in which bread, cakes, etc, are sold
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