comfit

[ kuhm-fit, kom- ]SEE DEFINITION OF comfit
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I've 'ad enough of a tipsy missus, and an' ouse without an atim o' comfit!

"Let us eat together," he said, and dropped a comfit into his own mouth.

Dicky lighted a cigarette and tossed a comfit at a pariah dog.

Of what meannesses will not love be guilty: it drove me to have recourse to my friend Mrs. Comfit to dissipate my doubts.

But I never could refuse your sweetheart either a comfit or an absolution all my days.

Dicky said nothing for a moment, but appeared to enjoy the comfit he was eating.

Dora took courage beneath the caressing hand: "I like to be a comfit to mother best," she vouchsafed, brightly daring.

They have vinegar also, and a kind of comfit like what the Arabs call Natef, and some others.

Sometimes he offered him out of his comfit box sweetmeats and candied fruits, which St. Luc found excellent.

They have vinegar also, and a kind of comfit, like that called Natef by the Arabs and some others.

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