General 9: boot, both, box, bread, breakfast

1. boot

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: A sturdy item of footwear covering the foot and ankle, and sometimes also the lower leg.
– Example:
+ a pair of walking boots
+ Other than that, his feet were shod in sturdy dark grey boots, and he had nothing else.
+ She was wearing a white dress, which came pass her knees; she wore no sandals, boots, or footwear of any kind.
+ The footwear line especially the boots are trendy, some are waterproof.
+ Complete the look with a pair of dark brown biker boots or a stylish pair of vintage sneakers.
+ There doesn’t seem to be much rhyme or reason to the shoes, sandals, boots, and flip-flops I see people wearing.
+ Apulia, the heel of Italy’s boot, is beautiful, affordable – and not overrun with tourists
+ All are garbed in casual street wear, their large feet clad in brand-name boots or sneakers.
+ Which is to say, rubber boots are the footwear of choice.

2. both

– Part Of Speech: predeterminer
– Meaning: Used for emphasis to refer to two people or things, regarded and identified together.
– Example:
+ cars parked on both sides of the road
+ he looked at them both
+ She spent all that time asking me which one to chose and she decides to get both of them?
+ The game started at a frantic pace with both sides going in search of a vital opening goal.
+ You have to seek the best in both sides, and trust that they want peace as much as you do.
+ He tried to justify it all by saying he was trying to do the right thing and wanted to keep both of us happy.
+ Over a few beers I could see what it meant to both of them as their careers began to draw in.
+ He had made up his mind to find her at a time when she was alone and try to put the past behind the both of them.
+ We have a routine that we stick to in order that the children feel wanted and loved by both of us.

3. box

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: A container with a flat base and sides, typically square or rectangular and having a lid.
– Example:
+ a cigarette box
+ a hat box
+ After hours of lugging and unpacking heavy boxes, he would freshen up, put on a jacket, and work the floor of the restaurant as wine steward until the end of the night.
+ She didn’t recall injuring herself, but she had been lifting heavy boxes.
+ They were muscular all around from working hard all summer lifting heavy boxes for their father’s moving business.
+ These pastry layers tend to be towards the middle of the box and were significantly darker than the rest of the pastry sheets.
+ It also enhances your gripping power, and helps to strengthen muscles that are used in lifting boxes and other heavy items that you may encounter during household chores.
+ He slammed his feet down hard and rolled the boxes forward under his weight.
+ Everything nowadays comes in high quality, glossy cardboard boxes, or tins with lovely labels on.

4. bread

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: Food made of flour, water, and yeast mixed together and baked.
– Example:
+ a loaf of bread
+ They are as important to the quality of his bread as the flour, salt, and oil he uses.
+ Other ways of using the fruit include drying slices and grinding them into flour for bread.
+ One of the nicest gifts I ever received was a splendid loaf of bread the student had baked.
+ Elijah looked around, and by his head was a jar of water and some baked bread.
+ They passed by a bakery, and the pair caught a delicious whiff of freshly baked bread loaves laid out outside on a desk.
+ I can assure you she gave them no chance to eat wheat bread from her flour barrel.
+ The smells were of fresh mint and coriander, of bread baking in a wood oven.
+ As food he would take with him specially baked small loaves of bread.

5. breakfast

– Part Of Speech: noun
– Meaning: A meal eaten in the morning, the first of the day.
– Example:
+ a breakfast of bacon and eggs
+ Early morning breakfasts have not become the fashion.
+ The two sows and piglets are are a bit annoyed this morning – their breakfast is late.
+ I went on to eat a light breakfast and to get my morning writing session done, then felt decidedly dozy.
+ When they arose late in the morning, two breakfasts of pancakes, eggs, bacon, jelly-covered toast, milk, and orange juice were already made for them to eat.
+ Luckily pseudonymous kid is a great city kid, though we had a couple of bad mornings where late breakfasts made everyone cranky and impatient.
+ With breakfast and the pale morning sun finally starting to warm our frozen bodies, we hit the dusty track once more.
+ Many of us grew up with National Radio blaring while we had our breakfast in the mornings.
+ Many people were put off their breakfasts on Friday morning by radio news bulletins about human and animal excrement in our drinking water.

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