granary bread

granary bread
granary bread NOUN Brit. trademark a type of brown bread containing whole grains of wheat.

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  • granary bread — noun bread which is not made from white or brown flour that contains some wheatgerm and whole grains …   Wiktionary

  • granary bread — noun Brit. trademark a type of brown bread containing whole grains of wheat …   English new terms dictionary

  • Granary — adj [only before noun] trademark BrE Granary bread is bread which contains whole grains of wheat …   Dictionary of contemporary English

  • granary — 1 noun (C) a place where grain, especially wheat, is stored 2 adjective (only before noun) BrE granary bread is bread which contains whole grains of wheat …   Longman dictionary of contemporary English

  • granary — [[t]græ̱nəri[/t]] granaries 1) N COUNT A granary is a building which is used for storing grain. The granaries containing last year s harvest are nearly empty. 2) ADJ: ADJ n In Britain, Granary bread contains whole grains of wheat. [TRADEMARK] …   English dictionary

  • Granary — Gran|a|ry [ græn(ə)ri, greın(ə)ri ] BRITISH TRADEMARK Granary bread is made with flour that contains whole grains of wheat …   Usage of the words and phrases in modern English

  • Granary — UK [ˈɡrænərɪ] / US [ˈɡræn(ə)rɪ] / US [ˈɡreɪn(ə)rɪ] trademark British Granary bread is made with flour that contains whole grains of wheat …   English dictionary

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  • Boston Bread Riot — The Boston Bread Riot was the last of a series of three riots by the poor of Boston, Massachusetts, between 1710 and 1713, in response to food shortages and high bread prices. The riot ended with minimal casualties. Riot In the early 18th century …   Wikipedia

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