[ chaw-kuh-lit, chok-uh-, chawk-lit, chok- ]SEE DEFINITION OF chocolates
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He put the box of chocolates in her lap, and opened the programme and handed it to her.

"If they've got chocolates in them," he replied with a wry grin, and she laughed.

In it was the Queen, seated in the stern with a huge box of chocolates in her lap.

And he slipped into a candy shop, and purchased some chocolates.

I saw by your face, so you don't deserve that box of chocolates,' said the former.

Two-pound boxes of chocolates did not appear at dinner every day.

"I brought each of the girls a box of French chocolates," she explained, smiling.

"So do I," said Nellie Preston as well as she could with a mouthful of chocolates.

She could keep their little cases even after the chocolates were gone.

Hush up yourself, and bring to me the box of chocolates of my table.