dark bread

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n dark bread bread made with whole wheat flour
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Usage

In literature:

The future might be dark and unpromising, but for three days, at any rate, she should not want bread.
"Paul the Peddler" by Horatio Alger, Jr.
Andrii could hardly move in the dark and narrow earthen burrow, as he followed the Tatar, dragging after him his sacks of bread.
"Taras Bulba and Other Tales" by Nikolai Vasilievich Gogol
A little before dark I passed a farm-house, at the open door of which the farmer was sitting, eating his supper of bread and cheese.
"Jane Eyre" by Charlotte Bronte
All attacked their rations as soon as they received them and greatly relished the coarse bread and dark, hot water they called soup.
"From Plotzk to Boston" by Mary Antin
By the time they sat down to eat their bread and coffee and cold chicken, the grove was dark.
"Short Stories of Various Types" by Various
All this time we could get no water, so not till dark could Matthaios furnish us with tea, cold meat, bread, and honey.
"Southern Arabia" by Theodore Bent
For they eat not bread, nor drink dark wine; therefore are they bloodless, and are called immortal.
"The Iliad of Homer (1873)" by Homer
There was sausage and dark gray bread and cheese.
"Emmy Lou" by George Madden Martin
The pound of bread was not much larger: it was made of barley, slack-baked, and very dark, though sweet.
"The Knickerbocker, or New-York Monthly Magazine, June 1844" by Various
Hard and dark, but possessing considerable nutriment, the bread was not at all unpleasant to the taste.
"Boy Scouts in the North Sea" by G. Harvey Ralphson
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In poetry:

Her hands are pink, and soft, and small,
They peep out from her dark green shawl.
She lives on milk, and bread, and honey,
She must be saving pots of money.
"Little People: An Alphabet" by Thomas William Hodgson Crosland
I shall climb over the lone hill-tops,
I shall sail unto the far places,
Eat of wheaten bread and the wild honey,
See the dark eyes of Eastern races.
“You shall come with me," said the black horseman.
"The Black Horseman" by Dora Sigerson Shorter
What will numbers avail, when their strength is departed?
The bread sent from Heaven, they trample it down;
Our birthright — our portion — yet dark and cold-hearted
They starve the poor sons of fair Erin.
"Wake, Irishmen, Wake" by Carolina Oliphant
Dark Iacchus pipes the kine shivering from the whin,
Wraps him in a she-goat's fell above the panther skin.
Now we husk the corn for bread, turn the mill for hire,
Hoof by hoof and head by head about the herdsman's fire.
"The Little Fauns To Proserpine" by Marjorie Lowry Christie Pickthall
It was a hand or sound
In the long ago land that glided the dark door wide
And there outside on the bread of the ground
A she bird rose and rayed like a burning bride.
A she bird dawned, and her breast with snow and scarlet downed.
"A Winter's Tale" by Dylan Thomas

In news:

Pumpkin Bread with Dark Chocolate and Walnuts.
Pumpkin Bread With Dark Chocolate and Walnuts.
In this image taken on September 17, 2012, Pumpkin Bread loaves with dark chocolate and walnuts are shown in Concord, N.H. A pumpkin bread that can handle any add-in .
AP photo/Matthew Mead Pumpkin Bread loaves with dark chocolate and walnuts are shown.
Coquette Café Dark Chocolate and Tart Cherry Bread Pudding with Kirsch-Kissed Crème Anglaise .
Dark Chocolate and Tart Cherry Bread Pudding with Kirsch-Kissed Crème Anglaise can be found at Coquette Café in the Third Ward.
Served with dark rye bread this hearty soup makes a soul-satisfying meal.
Coquette Café Dark Chocolate and Tart Cherry Bread Pudding with Kirsch-Kissed Crème Anglaise.
Coquette Café Dark Chocolate and Tart Cherry Bread Pudding with Kirsch-Kissed Crème Anglaise.
Dark Chocolate and Tart Cherry Bread Pudding with Kirsch-Kissed Crème Anglaise can be found at Coquette Café in the Third Ward.
Coquette Café Dark Chocolate and Tart Cherry Bread Pudding with Kirsch -Kissed Crème Anglaise.
Dark Chocolate and Tart Cherry Bread Pudding with Kirsch -Kissed Crème Anglaise can be found at Coquette Café in the Third Ward.
Peter Chen / The Post-Standard The signature sandwich at The Brooklyn Pickle features corned beef, pastrami, Swiss cheese, Russian dressing and dark rye bread.
4 Slices Dark Rye Bread cut ¾ inch thick.
Michel Bras purees this lush mushroom soup with bread toasted to a dark brown to thicken the texture and deepen its flavor.
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