Definition of Twice-baked bread

1. Noun. Slice of sweet raised bread baked again until it is brown and hard and crisp.

Exact synonyms: Brussels Biscuit, Rusk, Zwieback
Generic synonyms: Toast



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Twice-baked Bread

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twi-
twi-gated
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twi-tongued
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twibill
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twibils
twiblade
twice
twice-baked bread (current term)
twice-weekly
twice-yearly
twice removed
twicer
twicers
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twiddle
twiddle one's thumbs
twiddled
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twiddler's syndrome
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Literary usage of Twice-baked bread

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1. Infant Care by Mary (Mills) West (1921)
"twice-baked bread (zwieback). Cut or tear bread into small pieces and ... Twice- baked bread may be used in place of cereal, either in slices or crushed. ..."

2. Eating to Live: With Some Advice to the Gouty, the Rheumatic, and the by John Janvier Black (1906)
"This twice-baked bread approaches very near to the well-known German ... To prepare this twice-baked bread, cut thin slices from a loaf baked at least ..."

3. A Manual of Home-making by Martha Van Rensselaer, Flora Rose, Helen Canon (1919)
"A piece of stale or twice-baked bread may be given the child to chew. ... Mid-morning lunch: 6 to 8 ounces of warm milk; piece of twice-baked bread. ..."

4. Eating to Live: With Some Advice to the Gouty, the Rheumatic, and the by John Janvier Black (1906)
"This twice-baked bread approaches very near to the well-known German ... To prepare this twice-baked bread, cut thin slices from a loaf baked at least ..."

5. Forty years in the medical profession, 1858-1898 by John Janvier Black (1900)
"This twice-baked bread is quite palatable and quite nutritious, and if eaten in moderate quantity, one may appease the appetite for bread and find it much ..."

6. The Complete Housekeeper by Emily Holt (1903)
"... sirup Lamb stew with carrots and potato twice-baked bread Tapioca custard Broiled meat cakes Grits Creamed carrots Bread, butter, and sugar sandwiches. ..."

7. Consumption and chronic diseases: A Hygienic Cure, at Patient's Home, of by Emmet Densmore (1899)
"A still further advantage is obtained in what the Germans call Zweiback, or twice-baked bread. Bread as ordinarily baked may be cut into slices and placed ..."

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