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Toaster ovens can do the trick, of course, but while they’re usually long enough to accommodate these extra-large loaves, they can’t always fit more than one slice at a time.

Whether you’re making sourdough bread or loaves made with commercial dry yeast, your bread dough is a living thing.

Unless you’ve missed every single nutrition article since the early 1990s, you probably know that, in a nutritional face-off, a whole-wheat loaf beats Wonder Bread every time.

I dreamed of space telescopes the size of a loaf of bread—not one, but an army, fanning out into orbit like so many advance scouts.

Remove the loaf from the oven, and place it on a wire rack to cool.

He had a special knife designed to cut the dense loaf, and a ceremony to precede cutting the cake.

The featured photo for the list, first of all, is as white as a loaf of Wonder Bread and as male as a football locker room.

This 2-0 was a clear-cut win, a sharp slice through a loaf, no ambiguity, no crumbs.

It is built not in a long bun, but in a half-loaf of fresh, tawny-crusted Italian bread.

In her cramped kitchen she mashed pork fat with oatmeal and sculpted a loaf, which she fried up in patties.

Toward eight o'clock a pretty, capable-looking girl of twelve came out of the house and bought a loaf of bread at the baker's.

The Corn-law compels us to pay three times the value for a loaf of bread.

The brown loaf was cut by a very excited little hostess into five thick squares; the cheese into four.

They were knives; anyway, they were used to spread the delicious morsels of butter on the brown loaf.

A miche is a loaf of fine manchet bread, of good quality; see Cotgrave.


On this page you'll find 89 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to loaf, such as: bun, cake, cube, dough, pastry, and slab.

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