white-bread


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white-bread

Plain and boring. Can be offensive due to a possible reference to a certain class of white people. We need to swap out your white-bread wardrobe for something a lot more confident.
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We knew they were interested in the benefits of whole grains but not at the expense of white-bread taste.
Sara Lee Soft & Smooth Made with Whole Grain White bread, made from a blend of enriched white flour and whole-grain flour, has catapulted to the best-selling loaf of bread in America since its launch in July 2005 - delivering more than 125 million servings of whole grain to white-bread lovers in three months.
Whereas Williams' Southern gothic sagas of repressed rage were as spicy as Cajun hot sauce, Inge's similar tales of life in the Midwest were, befitting their locale, a little more white-bread.
Sara Lee's newest innovation is a fresh bread that is so soft, smooth and white that even the most discerning white-bread lovers - children - won't know that it provides a good source of whole grains in every two-slice serving.
It's sensitive yet feels a little synthetic, no doubt thanks in part to Bill Kurtis' prim narration: When he utters the phrase, ``the world of juvies,'' he says the last word with the manner of someone who's trying to convince white-bread viewers he has some street cred when it seems apparent he's never left the secure little high-tech studio from which he reports.
People who exercise a white-bread, middle-class perception of the Valley have a vision that's 10 or 20 years old.
She was too white-bread (not to mention hip) for this room, and that seemed to wear on her as the night went along and a look of quiet panic became etched on her face.