chocolate

[ chaw-kuh-lit, chok-uh-, chawk-lit, chok- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chocolate
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The third chocolate attendant, in reply, merely lifted his shoulders.

If you find the chocolate cream too thin, add more maccaroons.

She sighed, tucked a chocolate into her cheek, and went scowling to the table.

She picked up a packet of the chocolate and looked at the name of the maker.

On a table near my bed was a small tray on which were a cup of chocolate and a cake.

Cut a cake of chocolate into very small pieces, and put a pint of water into the pot; when it boils, put in the chocolate.

All that remains is for Thompson to approach the sergeants with chocolate.

Chocolate is a dear child, very good-tempered and easy to manage.

He sack back into his chair and thoughtfully stirred his chocolate.

The bacon and the bread had long since been consumed, and the chocolate also.

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