confectionery

[ kuh n-fek-shuh-ner-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF confectionery

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The shop was a baker's, and the window was full of cakes and confectionery.

The elder sister was left for two years more alone with her confectionery.

Flowers and leaves may be bought at any confectionery and pasted on with a little icing.

He had walked two blocks and the confectionery was between Marshall and Grant.

Here, with boyish delight, we laid in a supply of confectionery.

It is not, however, altogether harmless, and should not be used in confectionery or the like.

Did she intend to keep the pendant and exchange it for confectionery?

There were counters and carts for cider, gingerbread and confectionery.

It was too small for confectionery; it might be—she had coveted a pair of bracelets.

But, having entered, there was no way of escaping the confectionery.

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR CONFECTIONERY

bakery

nouncooking business where baked goods are produced

candy store

nounstore selling candy
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