flatbread

[flat-bred]
noun
1.
Also, flatbrod [flat-brohd] . a thin, waferlike bread, usually rye, baked especially in Scandinavian countries.
2.
Also, flat bread. any of various often unleavened breads baked in round, flat loaves or cakes, as those eaten in India, the Middle East, and Italy.

Origin:
1875–80; perhaps orig. translation of Norwegian flatbröd

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flatbread (ˈflætˌbrɛd)
 
n
a type of thin unleavened bread

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Example sentences
It is rolling out a new range of salad bowls and reintroducing its popular
  flatbread sandwiches.
We dipped pieces of flatbread into shared stone pots, pausing only to pour in
  extra broth brought by a waiter.
He tears his flatbread in two and shoves a piece into my hands with a smile.
Locals clean their messy fingers on the fresh-baked flatbread served alongside,
  but it is almost a pity.
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