• WordNet 3.6
    • n breadstuff flour or meal or grain used in baking bread
    • n breadstuff food made from dough of flour or meal and usually raised with yeast or baking powder and then baked
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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary
    • n Breadstuff Grain, flour, or meal of which bread is made.
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Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
    • n breadstuff Any kind of grain from which bread is made; meal; flour: generally used in the plural as a commercial term to signify all the different varieties of grain and flour collectively from which bread is made.
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In literature:

I must leave here with a shipload of breadstuffs.
"Rezanov" by Gertrude Atherton
To commerce were furnished in profusion some of the most important staples, as cotton, tobacco, breadstuffs.
"History of the Conflict Between Religion and Science" by John William Draper
As in the case of China, the possibilities of increased trade with Japan lie principally in WOOLLEN MANUFACTURES and in BREADSTUFFS.
"Up To Date Business" by Various
Sometimes the men caught an odour of burning meat, of rice and breadstuffs.
"The Long Roll" by Mary Johnston
The contrary, for the great element of breadstuffs, is likely to be true.
"Old Mackinaw" by W. P. Strickland
Chestnut meal is obtainable, and when combined with wheatmeal is useful for making biscuits and breadstuffs.
"No Animal Food" by Rupert H. Wheldon
Such emigration is already very active, and must increase if the present low prices of Breadstuffs prove permanent.
"Glances at Europe" by Horace Greeley
Commerce in breadstuffs, fish, animals and lumber between the United States and the British provinces was made free.
"A History of the Nineteenth Century, Year by Year" by Edwin Emerson
Sweets must be reduced to the minimum, but cereals and breadstuffs are generally allowable, except hot bread.
"The Home Medical Library, Volume II (of VI)" by Various
And some baked breadstuff dainties on a platter.
"Astounding Stories of Super-Science, November, 1930" by Various
I'm glad she's going to take breadstuffs to people.
"The Cup of Fury" by Rupert Hughes
In March, Resanof sailed for San Francisco in the "Juno" to purchase breadstuffs and other supplies.
"The Story of Sitka" by C. L. Andrews
So to-day I opened a bag of flour to ascertain if we were to have any breadstuff.
"The Last Cruise of the Saginaw" by George H. Read
Before then it had been easy to carry breadstuffs and provisions across the line.
"Campobello" by Kate Gannett Wells
Breadstuffs, cotton fabrics and hardware are imported.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 3, Slice 5" by Various
The fact was that General Cocke had been delayed by precisely the same lack of breadstuffs that had embarrassed General Jackson.
"Red Eagle and the Wars With the Creek Indians of Alabama." by George Cary Eggleston
Breadstuffs in Latin America.
"United States Government Publications, v. 8 Jan-Jun 1892" by Compiled
Taking all the stocks together, it is very exceptional for the stock of breadstuffs to fall below 7 weeks' supply.
"Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 12, Slice 3" by Various
Its first step was to insure an adequate supply of breadstuffs.
"Current History: A Monthly Magazine of the New York Times, May 1918" by Various
If people ate war-bread, a lack of breadstuffs was said to be out of the question.
"The Iron Ration" by George Abel Schreiner