breadhead

breadhead

(ˈbrɛdˌhɛd)
n
slang a person who is overly concerned with money
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Its legions of fans--affectionately referred to as the BreadHead Nation--call it the best bread in the universe.
With more than 200,000 BreadHeads providing feedback online, the company isn't afraid to take risks if it means seeing their customers happy.
Gill) First semi: 1 Head Iton Paddy (16-1) 2 Romford Car Two (10-1) 3 Larkhill Bird (8-1) 4 Farloe Mallow (10- 1) 5 Spankee Moved (m) (12-1) 6 Shelbourne Rene (w) (4-1) Second: 1 Cuil Magic (4-1) 2 Fabulous Shelly (20-1) 3 Like Hot Cakes (20-1) 4 Butterbridge Ali (w) (12-1) 5 Breadhead (w) (20-1) 6 Westmead Aoifa (w) (2-1)
Someone had told me that Breadhead Branson often puts on a disguise and works behind the tills just to see what life is like at the coalface.
I don't see myself as a particularly materialistic person but in comparison with my friends I'm a complete breadhead who has sold out and earns pots and pots of money and has a car and a washing machine therefore I'm not at all right on I'm completely right off among my good friends whereas at work I'm a complete radical hippy who hasn't bought their own house yet.
Some view the Breadhead as a half-baked scheme unlikely to appeal to San Francisco sophisticates.
I shot him with a Brackenbury "Legend" recurve, Beman ICS arrow, and a Wensel Woodsman breadhead.
Did all those left-wing, 80s musicians turn into breadheads like Jagger and Bono?
Comedy series that had been under development before they were ditched included Breadheads, about a pair of entrepreneurs, and Night School, set in an adult education college.
Author's Notes I hunted with a Mathews Q2XL pulling 70 pounds, Boman ICS 400 carbon arrows, and Barrie Rocky Mountain Titanium 125, three-blade breadheads.