White-bread definition

wītbrĕd, hwīt-
Blandly conventional, especially when considered as typical of white middle-class America.
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Of or characteristic of the white middle class, its values, etc.
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Bland, conventional, etc.
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Bread made from white flour.
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(US, pejorative) Conventional and boring.
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Bread made from finely ground, usually bleached wheat flour.
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Bread of a light color, made from finely sifted wheat flour.
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Other Word Forms

Noun

Singular:
white-bread
Plural:
white breads

Origin of white-bread

  • From white bread.

    From Wiktionary