sugar-coated[ shoo g-er-koht ]SEE DEFINITION OF sugar-coated
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They like "Talks" in small quantities, concentrated form, and sugar-coated.
Much that is called nature-study is only diluted and sugar-coated science.
He swallowed his chagrin, for he could but confess that it was sugar-coated.
He took off the lid of the box and revealed four sugar-coated pills.
In daily press, in magazines, in every thing I read, the sugar-coated life's prescribed as man's most urgent need.
"I'm hunger-y," whispered Baby, taking a sugar-coated pill out of a box, and touching it with her tongue.
If I wanted to promote good reading, I would not treat it as a pill to be sugar-coated.
It will be observed that they sugar-coated their certificate with a lot of whereases.
But Tom Van Dorn did smile as he answered, a smile of such sweetness, and of such winning grace that it sugar-coated his words.
Slowly, and in sugar-coated pills of homeopathic size, he administered to them minute doses of the ideas he wished them to digest.