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1A person who makes bread and cakes, especially commercially.
- ‘Betting each other that it is easier to be a breadwinner than a bread baker, the couples trade places for a day.’
- ‘Tenchi Muyo was another thing she got me, a comic about Sasami being asked to make carrot cakes for a baker.’
- ‘Besides the icing cakes, the bakers have steamed a plum pudding that may well rock the regular variety.’
- ‘It continued to sell cheap bread although all other bakers raised the prices.’
- ‘We had the candles, hatters, cobblers and bakers representing the strong trades in Rathkeale in the 19th century.’
- ‘There were bakers selling their wares, and beggars scrambling around in the mud for scraps.’
- ‘Workers in this informal sector include tinsmiths, seamstresses, bakers, carpenters, and peddlers.’
- ‘It was a great week for candle makers, cake bakers and balloon manufacturers.’
- ‘Under the tutelage of the baker he rolled mixed cake batter and rolled dough.’
- ‘At the bottom of the scale were trades serving local markets, such as carpenters, masons, bakers, or shoemakers.’
- ‘Also, note that the baker's production of bread gives rise to his demand for money.’
- ‘He gathered swans' eggs and sold them to the baker in Akaroa.’
- ‘Henry's father was a baker by trade but lost his job during the depression and he was forced to sell apples on the street corner to save the family from starvation.’
- ‘Among the attractions will be produce from farmers, bakers, jam makers, cheese makers, confectioners and brewers.’
- ‘The yeast used to make beer is the same type that is used to make bread - in fact, breweries used to sell their yeast to bakers for use in bread.’
- ‘By taking the cake home and endorsing it among my circle of acquaintances, I would be growing my mother's reputation as a baker of cakes.’
- ‘When hungry worshippers broke their fasts, bakers were ready with cakes and breads to which dairy and eggs were added with a generous hand.’
- ‘By the 1790s he had left the baker's trade to become a tanner and evidently prospered as a master artisan.’
- ‘Fifty-five years later, a group of bakers and confectioners have constructed a replica of the Gateway, using not brick and stone, but 40 bags of sugar weighing as much as four tonnes.’
- ‘When a baker sells his bread for money to a shoemaker, he has supplied the shoemaker with his saved unconsumed bread.’
- 1.1often with modifier An oven for a particular purpose.‘a bread baker’
- ‘We've got the best price on Hamilton Beach 26050 Belgian Waffle Baker from leading online retailers plus detailed product information and reviews.’
- ‘This is the most productive, highest volume Belgian Waffle Baker made anywhere!’
- ‘Thank fortune, at that instant we came upon an officer, whom I accosted at a distance, explained my case and produced my card and my pastry baker.’
- ‘My kids (22, 25) come for Sunday brunch and love the smell when they walk into the kitchen after I have programmed my bread baker.’
- ‘Hildebrand followed Timon's gaze to the slight girl leaning against the stall of a pastry baker.’
- ‘Of course I would always have my Cuisinart buddies, my waffle baker and a few extra foodstuffs handy just in case.’
- ‘Set a Belgian waffle baker on to heat.’
- ‘I think I'll have to make a midnight run to rescue my Waffle Baker.’
- ‘I just thought I would pass along the results of an experiment I did with my waffle baker.’
- ‘I joined your list his week because of an interest in making bread with a bread baker.’
- ‘I have used it to make flour and it takes less than 90 seconds to do enough for my bread baker.’
- ‘I lost my directions that came from the manufacturer of my bread baker and need directions regarding the order in which ingredients are placed in it.’
- ‘My waffle baker came today, and is it ever impressive looking.’
- ‘The Meal Maker Belgian waffle baker and sandwich griddle is a big stand-in for à full stovetop.’
- ‘I received my waffle baker in four days after i placed my order.’
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