[ lˈə͡ʊf ɒv bɹˈɛd], [ lˈəʊf ɒv bɹˈɛd], [ l_ˈəʊ_f ɒ_v b_ɹ_ˈɛ_d]
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How to use "Loaf of bread" in context?
What is a loaf of bread?
A loaf of bread is a type of bread that is made from a large loaf of wheat flour dough that is divided into a number of smaller parts or loaves. The dough is then shaped into a loaf, allowed to rise, and then baked.
What are the different types of loaves of bread?
There are a number of different types of loaves of bread, including: sourdough, sweet bread, white bread, and multigrain bread. Each type of bread has its own unique flavor and texture.
How is a loaf of bread made?
Homophones for Loaf of bread:
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- divider, segregator, Detailer, Divorcer, Estranger, Isolator, severer.