sugar-coat

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He really understood how to sugar-coat poison as well as any man of his stamp could.

You understand very well, too, how to sugar-coat the most bitter pills.

They sugar-coat unpleasant truths, and are natural diplomats.

He did not sugar-coat enough the bitter truth which he was telling to the nation.

It prompts us to sugar-coat the sins which our forefathers swallowed in the rough; that is all.

Lester realized that this was an asinine attempt to sugar-coat the true story and it made him angry.

(b) The Story with a Moral attempts to sugar-coat its sermon with a little narrative.

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