black bread


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black bread

n
(Cookery) a kind of very dark coarse rye bread

black′ bread′


n.
a coarse-grained dark bread.
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Noun1.black bread - bread made of coarse rye flourblack bread - bread made of coarse rye flour  
rye bread - any of various breads made entirely or partly with rye flour
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"But if a sorcerer can change black bread into white, won't he die of hunger if he has no bread at all?"
On the table were a loaf of black bread, an earthenware jar containing honey, a pitcher of milk and two drinking horns.
Oh, feel for me, who could offer millions to that poor woman, but who return her only the piece of black bread forgotten under my poor roof since the day I was torn from her I loved.
So I did not talk blood and insurrection to that man there who sat munching black bread with that abused and mistaught herd of human sheep, but took him aside and talked matter of another sort to him.
"It is not often," said the second of the three, addressing Monsieur Defarge, "that many of these miserable beasts know the taste of wine, or of anything but black bread and death.
On the counter lay some sliced cucumber, some pieces of dried black bread, and some fish, chopped up small, all smelling very bad.
She scrubs the floors herself and has nothing but black bread to eat, but won't allow herself to be treated with disrespect.
"On the table along with these things were a few old bits of black bread, and some tea in a pot.
She walked leisurely in the blizzard as though she had no home to hurry to, she hugged under one arm a round loaf of black bread with an air of guarding a priceless booty: and Razumov averting his glance envied her the peace of her mind and the serenity of her fate.
She refused the cake which Mahiette offered to her, and said, "Black bread."
Doing away with cliched chocolate mousse and honey cakes, dessert consists of erofeyich -- a sour cream spectacular with fried hazelnuts and polugar; black bread with cream and seawater; and finally, the syta -- a small gold chocolate ball served atop the antlers of a colorful moose.
Itwas here that I had what is perhaps the most delicious breakfast of my life ndashfreshly baked Russian black bread, all the fresh butter and caviar I could slap on it, and a cup of aromatic Russian tea.