confections

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

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She had decided that it was time to write on the subject of Indian confections.

The dessert may consist of ices, fruit, pastry, or confections.

There was an immense buffet, with fruits and confections, and a place where books were sold.

Helena moved away and pretended to be busy with the material for her confections.

Another, with a basket full of nut-shells, came to sell him confections.

The general returned to his confections, and his aide-de-camp to the barley-sugar.

If genuine, it has attained a greater age than most confections of its class.

Various kinds of cakes and confections were also sold at these shops.

She may butter that bread and share the confections, by her labour, if it be productive.

And that young person who brought in the confections, who is she, my good friend?