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3. He likes to loaf about at weekends.
4. Don't loaf your life away.
5. Could you get an extra loaf of bread?
6. Is it right to loaf around when so much work needs to be done?
7. Is it right to loaf about when so much work needs to be done?
8. I went to the baker's to buy a loaf of fresh bread.
9. He sawed at the loaf with a blunt knife.
10. Cut another slice off the loaf.
11. Hunger goaded him to steal a loaf of bread.
12. Bread was rationed to one loaf per family.
13. A loaf of bread costs 70p.
14. He slices off a thick piece from the loaf.
15. He cut four thick slices from the loaf.
16. He was sawing energetically at a loaf of bread.
17. There's some cold beef and a nice fresh loaf.
18. He broke a piece of bread from the loaf.
19. He cut the loaf into thick slices.
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20. She cut the loaf in two and gave me one of the halves.
21. Cut several slashes across the top of the loaf before baking.
22. Pick up a quart of milk or a loaf of bread.
23. The proposal could put 3p on a loaf of bread.
24. Weigh that loaf of bread on the balance , please.
25. The cost of a loaf of bread has increased five-fold.
26. Knead the dough lightly, then shape it into a round loaf.
27. Going to be a useful boy , so long as you use your loaf.
28. He dug into the bag and pulled out a loaf of bread.
29. They have seen news film of families queueing in Russia to buy a loaf of bread.
30. Cut the dough in half and shape each half into a loaf.