- n. Plural form of breadbox.
“Roewe agrees with Vulcan and the city that the current zoning in South Lake Union has led to "breadboxes" - low-level buildings that fill entire blocks.”
“Fitting people into these "breadboxes" allows for a denser, energy efficient future.”
“Ballot boxes that should be under lock and key have been converted to breadboxes at roadside stands.”
“He was serious, but the audience cracked up—making breadboxes the new reference point for three-dimensional size.”
“Wilma read the pamphlet and developed breasts the size of breadboxes.”
“There, young waitresses in hairnets and starched scalloped aprons stood waiting, ready to circulate with cut-glass dishes of relish or warm Parker House rolls extracted from heated breadboxes slung over their shoulders.”
“Imagine eight 550-horsepower noisy breadboxes that in one instant can be still but two seconds later can reach 60 miles an hour.”
“He held up a binder the size of two breadboxes that he said contained copies of email messages and other documents that showed Goldman had put its own interests first.”
“They were larger than that -- think about breadboxes or so in terms of maybe size.”
“While the West was tinkering with its crops to grow allegedly environmentally friendly fuel for our automobile obsession, the nation that takes the long view was snapping up long-term leases on the world's breadboxes.”
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