[ hwahyt-bred, wahyt- ]
/ ˈʰwaɪtˌbrɛd, ˈwaɪt- /
pertaining to or characteristic of the white middle class; bourgeois: a typical white-bread suburban neighborhood.
Words nearby white-bread
Origin of white-bread
First recorded in 1975–80
Definition for white-bread (2 of 2)
any white or light-colored bread made from finely ground, usually bleached, flour.
Origin of white bread
First recorded in 1300–50
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To bake this bread, sift together one quart of this "whole-ground" rye flour and two quarts of white-bread flour.