marshmallow

[ mahrsh-mel-oh, -mal-oh ]SEE DEFINITION OF marshmallow
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Buttermilk whey sweetened with honey, or an infusion of marshmallow roots, ought to constitute the whole of the patient's drink.

That night, in front of the tents, there was a marshmallow roast.

His face has about as much color left in it as a marshmallow.

Tea made from the marshmallow has also been recommended for this purpose.

Oh, some had butter scotch, some had gravy, some had marshmallow fudge.

Big eyes, tomato-colored cheeks and a nose powdered like a marshmallow.

Fill the dates with marshmallow paste for Marshmallow Dates.

Marshmallow got up from the porch and lazily stretched himself.

So saying, Marshmallow pretended to be very much frightened.

It was only a small aperture, and Marshmallow grunted as he squeezed through.

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