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sugar-coated

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Much of the violence happens offstage, and what remains is neither sugar-coated nor wallowed in.

The bipartisan compromise may have been derided as a 'sugar-coated Satan sandwich,' but it's headed to the Senate for a noon vote.

One Democrat, Emanuel Cleaver of Missouri, even derided the deal as a “sugar-coated Satan sandwich.”

He said that the film took his “rock and rollness off” and was a sugar-coated version of Beatles history.

Second, you have nothing but disdain for sugar-coated fantasy.

In daily press, in magazines, in every thing I read, the sugar-coated life's prescribed as man's most urgent need.

He called then, according to agreement, and came away sugar-coated again, but suffering under another postponement.

They thought they had so sugar-coated my ideas that the resolutions would pass without discussion.

We are trying to fire education into boys with a shot gun, when we ought to get it into them inside of sugar coated pills.

This new proposal sugar-coated as it was with proffers of friendliness, could only cloak some sinister, covert design.

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On this page you'll find 141 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sugar-coated, such as: appealing, delectable, delicious, heavenly, inviting, and savory.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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