frosting

[ fraw-sting, fros-ting ]SEE DEFINITION OF frosting

Synonyms for frosting

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But the frosting, Signorina, the pretty pink and white frosting!

Return to top shelf for about two minutes, or until the frosting is browned.

The frosting gleams right, royally on that black hair of yours.

Oh, to-day is beautiful as—as—it's beautiful as frosting on a birthday-cake!

In the window were rolls, and cookies, and buns, and little cakes with jam and frosting on them.

Flavor with vanilla, putting orange or lemon in the frosting.

Marriage ought to have some frosting besides what's on the wedding cake.

This icing may be used for frosting cakes, or for ornamental work.

I think she is just flitter and frosting—just a Christmas-card.

Trim the frosting from a loaf of angel-food and cut it into squares.

WORD ORIGIN

1610s as an action; 1756 as a substance; meaning "cake icing" is from 1858; verbal noun from frost (v.).

MORE RELATED WORDS FOR FROSTING

bonus

noununexpected extra
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