confection

[ kuh n-fek-shuh n ]SEE DEFINITION OF confection

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CONFECTION

It is used partly as a confection, but in the main as a sirup.

I then inquired, on a day when I had detected her with a bag of the confection.

There was a black gown and a grey gown and a confection in pale blue.

There are also other ingredients, which are used in this Confection.

Any fruit may be made into a confection which, in India, is called "cheese."

And, as for the Pictures of Claye, their confection is after this maner.

We also made an excursion, going in a boat and there eating a confection.

The quantity of the confection may be advantageously doubled.

This confection was found of great value on the march as a substitute for water.

Both from the sanitary and the mental standpoint this confection was unwholesome.

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