Thesaurus / loaves
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To the optimistic Virginia the division of the loaves and fishes of his personal gratitude was scarcely heeded.

Hepsey BurkeFrank Noyes Westcott

There were loaves of stale bread, bunches of onions and strings of sausages behind the small window-panes.

Under Western EyesJoseph Conrad

If desired, caraway seed may be added to the dough when it is formed into loaves or simply sprinkled on the top of each loaf.

Woman's Institute Library of Cookery, Vol. 1Woman's Institute of Domestic Arts and Sciences

It cannot be made into loaves, as much moisture would make it too glutinous to bake.

All the various kinds of meal and flour were baked into cakes or loaves of different shapes.

Their mother makes dozens of pies and loaves of bread and cake.

For breakfast we were thrown four loaves of German bread and a pail of water was set inside the door.

Ah, but an earnest minister of the Gospel does not look for the loaves and fishes of his calling.

Hepsey BurkeFrank Noyes Westcott

As his pockets were filled with stockings and shirts, he had to carry the other two loaves under his arms.

Who now gives fruit to our fields, and multiplies the harvest from a few grains of corn, but he who multiplied the five loaves?


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