sugar


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Synonyms for sugar

to make superficially more acceptable or appealing

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This is your true sugar weather, ‘Duke,” he cried; “a frosty night and a sunshiny day.
When this important point shall be achieved, it will be in season to turn our attention to an improvement in the manufacture of the article, But thou knowest, Richard, that I have already subjected our sugar to the process of the refiner, and that the result has produced loaves as white as the snow on yon fields, and possessing the saccharine quality in its utmost purity.
Here it is," said the Fairy, taking a lump from a golden sugar bowl.
I want the sugar first, then I'll drink the bitter water.
You shut your eyes to that awkward fact, and swallow your adulterated mess in various articles of food; and you and your sugar get on together in that way as well as you can.
Then, suddenly, the countess showed him a bit of sugar she had found in his pocket while he was speaking to her.
It's not good sugar, either--it's coarse and dark--William Blair doesn't usually keep sugar like that.
When that official hurried up, fuzzy-haired and somewhat blear-eyed at that early hour, the detective (who was not without an appreciation of the simpler forms of humour) asked him to taste the sugar and see if it was up to the high reputation of the hotel.
You'd be always into that sugar if I warn't watching you.
He jest smacked his lips over the bit as if 't was a lump o' sugar.
Then, biting off a tiny bit of sugar, he bowed to his hosts, said, 'Your health
There was literally nothing else in the station but rice and coffee; they drank the coffee without sugar.
I planted sugar cane--the first commercial planting on Manatomana.
tobacco in roll, and sugar in chests, besides rum, molasses, &c.
Once settled at the plantation he seemed to like to sit upon the wide portico in the shade of one of the big Corinthian pillars, smoking his cigar lazily and listening attentively to Gaston's experience as a sugar planter.