bread of a light color, made from finely sifted wheat flour
- of or characteristic of the white middle class, its values, etc.
- bland, conventional, etc.
Bread made from finely ground, usually bleached wheat flour.
Blandly conventional, especially when considered as typical of white middle-class America: “The proven ability of blacks to appeal to mainstream America &ellipsis; shattered forever the mythology that only white-bread ‘mainstream’ culture could sell” (Joel Kotkin).
- bread made from white flour
(comparative more white-bread, superlative most white-bread)
From white bread.