firecracker, bauble, matzo, common snapping turtle, a blonde bombshell, brownie, saltine, cake mix, Christmas stocking, brag, Christmas dinner, gasconader, fox, center, Christmas carol, blower, oyster cracker, water biscuit, dumb blond, cream cracker, Christmas pudding, Christmas cake, blowhard, banger, coon, caroling, Advent calendar, sex kitten, cheesecake, swaggerer, hottie, gascon, Melba toast, redneck, dago, black, coolie, bragger, cockalorum, cyberpunk, femme fatale, cake, chocolate chip cookie, sea biscuit, colored, braggadocio, coloured, Eskimo, temptress, baking sheet, carol, snapper, soda cracker, hardtack, Lolita, boaster, Canuck, cracker bonbon, cone, cookie, Christmas card, doll, vaunter
bread (part of speech: noun)
griddlecake, pumpernickel, banana bread, toast, white bread, tortilla, bun, whole wheat bread, crust, waffle, donut, loaf, bagel, rye bread, breakfast roll, flapjack, flour, corn bread, raisin bread, bread stick, pancake, biscuit, brown bread, baguette, crumb, hard roll, bread, rusk, scone, yeast, pita bread, taco, dumpling, croutons, sliced bread, muffin, croissant, sweet roll, whole grain bread, roll, sweet bun, zwieback, dough
- Her eyes sparkled like a fire- cracker of a dark night, and she had a mind as sharp as a fish- hook. - "A Jolly Fellowship", Frank R. Stockton.
- Every nail of his fingers has come off more than once on account of the damage done them by the sugar- cracker. - "A Poor Man's House", Stephen Sydney Reynolds.
- The delightful dinner ended with a general distribution of fancy cracker bon- bons, which the guests snapped open with a will, to find cunning caps representing the flags of various nations. - "Marjorie Dean, High School Junior", Pauline Lester.