bake shop

[ bey-kuh-ree, beyk-ree ]SEE DEFINITION OF bake shop

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There was but one bake shop, so the market stall was well patronized.

Then he walked to the rear of the bake shop where his mother sat on a box weeping.

From a German bake shop get the bread, either "Kummel," (which is rye with caraway seeds), or Pumpernickel.

I worked in a bake shop quite a while and also drove a wagon for him.

He was quite sure that he would be chosen to go to the palace, for his father's bake shop was an important place in the village.

And now: we may see that loaf of bread baked nineteen centuries ago, as found in the bake shop.

After the services in the rooms above the bake shop a procession formed on Main Street.

Samuel went to a bake shop and bought a loaf of bread and sat on the bench of the public square and devoured it bit by bit.

Now and then he caught a whiff of some one's breakfast—bacon frying, and coffee or hot bread in a bake shop.

If I had to run a bake shop, I'd charge about twice as much as the regular bakers do.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR BAKE SHOP

bakery

nouncooking business where baked goods are produced
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