from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia

  • Bread-dough rolled into sticks and baked: served with bouillon, soup, or tea.


Sorry, no etymologies found.


  • We happily noshed on the foccacia and soft bread-sticks made from pizza dough, no doubt and shared the carpaccio.

    Tuna Toast

  • On the floor around it, however, lay empty crisp packets, a knocked-over ashtray, bread-sticks, cutlery, a plastic apron and some serviettes.

    Strip Jack

  • To interest the weary boarders, Mr. Gilroy had started his campfire with rubbing-sticks and had arranged the bread-sticks upon which the dough was twined, to the best advantage for all to watch while the twists baked.

    Girl Scouts in the Adirondacks

  • They were all made of crackers laid out in tiny squares, and were of many pretty and ornamental shapes, having balconies and porches with posts of bread-sticks and roofs shingled with wafer-crackers.

    The Emerald City of Oz


Log in or sign up to get involved in the conversation. It's quick and easy.