ESAU, an ancient who sold his birthright for a mess of breakfast food.
I shall patent a breakfast food called “Teralbay”; I shall say “Teralbay!”
We had a few potatoes and some toasted wind called "breakfast food."
The box was a packing-case for breakfast food, and Mr. Higginbotham had charged him half a dollar for it.
No breakfast food made of only a part of the wheat would be recommended for this purpose.
To pour chloroform over an old man's breakfast food and telephone for the undertaker.
A substance invented by Nature and intended for a breakfast food, but because pine shavings are cheaper it is now obsolete.
If the handle is made of wood keep it, because it can be turned into breakfast food the first time you see a sawmill.
"You are going to invent a new kind of breakfast food," interpreted Joseph.
"I see you carrying home a new kind of breakfast food," remarked the first commuter.