Take your average lunch: turkey sandwich (white bread, lettuce, mayo, cheese), soft drink, and potato chips.
She reminded me of a great loaf of white bread, plumped down on the sofa in its cellophane wrapping.
(3) A grilled cheese by Cecilia Fabulich, with aged cheddar and white bread.
She went on to describe the brown bags loaded with Cheetos, Go-gurt, and a sandwich that was made with white bread.
While passing through these villages, for my share, I received an apple and a slice of white bread and sauce.
The day after they are hatched, give them some crumbs of white bread or grots soaked in milk, which are very nourishing.
And, in speaking of white bread and claret wine, the eyes of the sick youth glistened with pleasure.
I mentioned the matter to the steward, asking if he could not have the white bread.
The loaf of white bread was there also, a simple and humble item offering something of contrast to its ornate surroundings.
The sight of that man, so calm, breaking bits of white bread, exasperated me.
c.1300, as opposed to darker whole-grain type; its popularity among middle-class America led to the slang sense of "conventional, bourgeois" (c.1980).
A small town
[1934+ Railroad; fr the fact that the train does not regularly stop at such a town, or stops only when signaled by a whistle]