bread-and-butter

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Then another slice of bread-and-butter and more gooseberries.

He crumpled a piece or two of bread-and-butter and spread crumbs on the cloth.

It was an excellent tea, with shrimps and bread-and-butter, and cake and jam.

"Oh, I think there will be plenty of bread-and-butter," said the lawyer.

And he said that kings were nuisances, and didn't earn their bread-and-butter.

This is no place for kids in the bread-and-butter stage of growth.

Baby is sitting in the out-house eating a piece of bread-and-butter.

Charles brought him up some tea and bread-and-butter, but said nothing.

But news was news, and in this case news was bread-and-butter.

The bread-and-butter was arrested in her hand in the keenness of listening.

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