candy


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Synonyms for candy

to make superficially more acceptable or appealing

Synonyms for candy

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She had worked late in the candy store, departing after eleven o'clock with her week's wages in her purse.
Bears like sweet things, so you want some candy, I guess.
Let him thump and call, it only serves him right; and when the candy is done, we
Make your candy, and let him alone, or I 'll go and tell papa, and then Tom will get a lecture.
Polly thought it was n't fair; but Maud clamored for her candy, and finding she could do nothing to appease Fan, Polly devoted her mind to her cookery till the nuts were safely in, and a nice panful set in the yard to cool.
He can't possibly get out anywhere, and as soon we 've cut up the candy, we 'll unbolt the door and run.
When they came down with the dish in which to set forth their treat, and opened the back-door to find it, imagine their dismay on discovering that it was gone, pan, candy, and all, utterly and mysteriously gone!
A general lament arose, when a careful rummage left no hopes; for the fates had evidently decreed at candy was not to prosper on this unpropitious night.
Half-way up the second flight, they all stopped as suddenly as if they had seen a ghost; for looking over the banisters was Tom's face, crocky but triumphant, and in either hand a junk of candy, which he waved above them as he vanished, with the tantalizing remark, "Don't you wish you had some?
He must have poked up the cover, climbed into the street, stole the candy, and sneaked in at the shed-window while we were looking for it.
The girls went to bed tired out; and Maud slumbered placidly, hugging the sticky bundle, found where molasses candy is not often discovered.
Candy, the doctor, for instance, said more unlucky things than I ever knew him to say before.
Candy, hearing nothing, and miles away from suspecting the truth, went on across the table louder and politer than ever.
Candy thereupon told him that his nerves were all out of order and that he ought to go through a course of medicine immediately.
Candy, the doctor, who had mysteriously disappeared from the drawing-room, and had then mysteriously returned, and entered into conversation with Mr.