I will be waking up with my children on November 5th and I will be fixing them breakfast as I usually do.
Immediately after breakfast the following morning, Tupac departed.
It's the same as thinking every person I run across knows what I ate for breakfast or the color of my underwear.
The breakfast he had been cooking sat on the stove as he was trundled off to a waiting helicopter.
There were stomachs, taut and flat, but also undulating bellies, soft and bloated from the breakfast buffet.
After breakfast, Adams piloted Polly over the premises, from the corral to the office.
Our passengers were all at breakfast, and engaged in talking over the events of the night.
Send up your wife or your daughter to take orders about my breakfast.
He had looked as grim and forbidding at breakfast as a Chinese god of war.
At table, as it happened, from next morning's breakfast the Meadowcrofts sat next to us.
mid-15c., from break (v.) + fast (n.). The verb is recorded from 1670s. Related: Breakfasted; breakfasting.
Spanish almuerzo "lunch," but formerly and still locally "breakfast," is from Latin admorsus, past participle of admordere "to bite into," from ad- "to" + mordere "to bite." In common with almuerzo, words for "breakfast" tend over time to shift in meaning toward "lunch;" cf. French déjeuner "breakfast," later "lunch" (equivalent of Spanish desayuno "breakfast"), both from Vulgar Latin *disieiunare "to breakfast," from Latin dis- + ieiunare, jejunare "fast" (see jejune; also cf. dine). German Frühstück is from Middle High German vruostücke, literally "early bit." Old English had morgenmete "morning meal."