breadless

breadless

(ˈbrɛdlɪs)
adj
without bread; without food
References in classic literature ?
Not before dark night did the men and women come back to the children, wailing and breadless.
At lunchtime, find starters like breadless crabcakes, mushroom toast, smoked salmon dip, and onion rings or fries as well as a host of hearty salads like the seared beef and spinach, Chicken Waldorf, and grilled shrimp.
But if you are on a diet you can order anything breadless with a side salad and there is a veggie option for the non-carnivorous.
We had breadless days where we just ate tinned food and biscuits, then we'd have some bread and cut the green mould off.
Now Charl' is a skinny Minnie, the only breadless burger she does has no bread, no burger, no cheese, no bacon, but lots of lettuce.
Tonight, the deranged comedy star tries to make a fast buck by putting his name to a breadless sandwich grilling machine.
Barbash from Newark wrote, "The principle of tolerance, together with the question of whether one will make someone breadless, should be stronger among freethinkers than the principle of not supporting religion.
After five more breadless days he commissioned a jeweler to fashion two wedding bands out of the spoons.
Even her lunches were the subject of coverage, from her failed quest to find a breadless turkey sandwich at the courthouse cafeteria to yesterday's court-provided meal of jerk chicken and scalloped potatoes.
EDITORIAL NOTE: AS I WALKED THROUGH A SUPERMARKET, A YOUNG WOMAN WITH THREE CHILDREN AND A SHOPPING CART STOOD AT THE SUPERMARKET DELI-COUNTER MAKING AND FEEDING THE KIDS BREADLESS SANDWICHES OUT OF THE HAM AND CHEESE SLICES THAT WERE ARE PART OF HER ORDER.
Because it does the poor, the troubled, and the broken and breadless families no good if we spend more money and that money goes through the same leaky buckets.
It is difficult to disagree with DiIulio when he says that initiatives like the one he's championing would be less necessary "if the church behaved like the church, unified from city to suburb, working across racial and denominational divides, on behalf of broken lives and breadless families.