grain, flour, or meal for making bread.
any kind of bread.
Historical Examples

North America, Volume I (of 2) Anthony Trollope
Andersonville, Volume 1 John McElroy
The Lily and the Totem William Gilmore Simms
The Iron Ration George Abel Schreiner
The Life of John Taylor B. H. Roberts
The Last Cruise of the Saginaw George H. Read


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