Idioms about bread
- to eat a meal, especially in companionable association with others.
- to distribute or participate in Communion.
Origin of bread
OTHER WORDS FROM breadbreadless, adjectivebread·less·ness, nounun·bread·ed, adjective
WORDS THAT MAY BE CONFUSED WITH breadbread , bred
How to use bread in a sentence
Unwrap the potatoes, disposing of the herbs but keeping the roasted garlic to squeeze out onto bread.Your Guide to Throwing an Outdoor Thanksgiving|AC Shilton|November 17, 2020|Outside Online
When I eat a warm, buttery piece of her walnut bread next to an open window, I can almost hear the swish of skins.Ease into Winter with Backcountry-Approved Comfort Food|Christina Bernstein|November 12, 2020|Outside Online
Serve it with slices of bread or your favorite crackers for a filling all-day snack.Thanksgiving appetizer recipes and easy cocktails to start the feast off right|Daniela Galarza, Becky Krystal|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Remove any crumbs from the baking sheet pan used for bread and grease it with cooking spray or oil.This sheet-pan cornbread dressing has even more of the crispy, crunchy bits we love|Ann Maloney|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
Where we run into problems is that my bread and butter depends on their judgment.Tom Heinsohn, mainstay of Boston Celtics dynasty as player, coach, dies at 86|Matt Schudel|November 11, 2020|Washington Post
A Man of humble birth and no breading, who held a high political office, was passing through a forest, when he met a Monkey.Fantastic Fables|Ambrose Bierce
Must you prepare meat for breading half an hour before cooking, or when?Prudence of the Parsonage|Ethel Hueston
The process of breading and frying is accomplished in this way.
British Dictionary definitions for bread
Word Origin for bread
Other Idioms and Phrases with bread
In addition to the idioms beginning with bread
- bread and butter
- break bread
- greatest thing since sliced bread
- know which side of bread is buttered
- take the bread out of someone's mouth