Loaf

• (n.) Any thick lump, mass, or cake; especially, a large regularly shaped or molded mass, as of bread, sugar, or cake. • (v. i.) To spend time in idleness; to lounge or loiter about. • (v. t.) To spend in idleness; -- with away; as, to loaf time away.
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loaf

(from the article `mining`) The quarrying process consists of separating large blocks, sometimes called loafs, from the surrounding rock. These blocks may be 6 metres high by 6 ...
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Loaf

Loaf intransitive verb [ imperfect & past participle Loafed ; present participle & verbal noun Loafing .] [ German laufen to run, Prov. German loofen . See Leap .] To spend time in idleness; to lounge or loiter about...
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Loaf

Loaf noun ; plural Loaves . [ Middle English lof , laf , Anglo-Saxon hlāf ; akin to German laib , Old High German hleip , Icelandic hleifr , Goth. hlaifs , Russian khlieb' , Lithuanian kl√ępas . Confer Lady
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Loaf

Loaf transitive verb To spend in idleness; -- with away ; as, to loaf time away.
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Loaf

Loaf is slang for life.
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Loaf

This rectangular-shaped style is the standard 5- to 9-pound cut with a 4- by 4-inch face, ideal for deli slicing and consumers or chefs to use in their sandwich creations.
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loaf

To put minimal effort into a set or race.
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