A shop where bread and other baked food is sold(noun)
One more than. (baker's dozen)(adjective)
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Use "baker's" in a sentence
"For leavening, purists prefer a pinch of hartshorn aka baker's ammonia, which is traditional in Scandinavian baking and thought to produce a tender, fluffier crumb—but conventional baking powder more than suffices."
"Fraser-Nicola MLA Harry Lali, a member of the so-called baker's dozen of MLAs who had spoken out against Ms. James, said the caucus had come together soon after Mr. Dix was elected party leader in April largely because Mr. Dix focused on giving members specific responsibilities."
"One of the so-called "baker's dozen" who helped force Carole James to resign, Mr. Lali said he could not raise the cash to run a credible campaign."