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The day after they are hatched, give them some crumbs of white bread or grots soaked in milk, which are very nourishing.

I mentioned the matter to the steward, asking if he could not have the white bread.

So the little boy and his mother had plenty of white bread to eat.

The sight of that man, so calm, breaking bits of white bread, exasperated me.

I think you're cosseting me up altogether and I don't like the white bread so well!

Weight for weight, white bread is more nutritious than brown.

How does graham bread compare in digestibility with white bread?

To the end, I was able to get white bread and fresh meat for him—for him alone, of course.

Spread on white bread, with a lettuce leaf in each sandwich.

You are not to partake of whole milk, cream, or white bread.

WORD ORIGIN

c.1300, as opposed to darker whole-grain type; its popularity among middle-class America led to the slang sense of "conventional, bourgeois" (c.1980).

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