Spellweb is your one-stop resource for definitions, synonyms and correct spelling for English words,
such as bread. On this page you can see how to spell bread. Also,
for some words, you can find their
definitions, list of synonyms, as well as list of common misspellings.
What does the acronym bread stand for?
BREAD abbreviation definitions:
bun, muffin, whole grain bread, banana bread, lucre, pelf, cracker, baguette, dinero, roll, raisin bread, gelt, dough, cabbage, kale, white-bread, flour, whole wheat bread, croutons, breadstuff, sweet bun, brown bread, yeast, scone, waffle, moolah, donut, hard roll, bagel, flapjack, toast, pita bread, tortilla, sliced bread, staff of life, corn bread, loot, crust, biscuit, loaf, crumb, taco, zwieback, rye bread, bread-stick, shekels, rusk, croissant, dumpling, griddlecake, sweet roll, pumpernickel, breakfast roll, pancake.
doubloon, GOLDS, mintage, coppers, silvers, copper, specie, gold, meter money, doubloons.
indemnification, take home, scale, defrayal, counterclaims, setoff, counter-claim, indemnity, quittance, Recoupment, counterclaim, Remittances, remittal, remittance, take-home.
fare, nurture, shingle, viands, subsistence, nutriment, diet, comestibles, Necessities, grub, aliment, provisions, provender, victuals, sustenance, nourishment, staff of life, bed and board, feed.
bread, staff of life, breadstuff.
board, meat, barbecue, meal, dinner, feast, foodstuff, snack, picnic, taste, nutriment, banquet, grub, cuisine, ingestion, morsel, fare, eating, breakfast, lunch, spread, drink, feed, sustenance, consumption, repast, food.
cash, scratch, dough, funds, dollars, cabbage, finance, coin, mazuma, greenbacks.
phyllo, Dainties, turnovers, croissants, PIES, strudels, strudel, croissant, turnover, pie, panettone.
meed, stipendium, Recompensation, takings, meeds, defrayment.
staff of life
panes, staples, necessary food, staple food, pane.
Examples of usage:
– The War After the War by Isaac Frederick Marcosson
– Eugenie Grandet by Honore de Balzac
– The Dorrance Domain by Carolyn Wells
– Calvert of Strathore by Carter Goodloe
– White Lilac; or the Queen of the May by Amy Walton