I had a great heartbreak, and sat down and cried behind my sugarplums.
He adored sweets and could have lived on pralines and gumdrops, sugarplums and chocolate.
You may have sugarplums and peaches and cherries and candies and everything nice that little folks like!
As one looks down from the balcony through a storm of sugarplums the eye revels in a perfect feast of colour.
A little masquerading, a little dancing, a little pelting with flour and sugarplums, and everybody is as happy as possible.
To-day, in that marvellous country, there cannot be found a paper of sugarplums or a basket of cakes.
But it was not for fairy tales and sugarplums nor yet for petting that I rejoiced to be at the Place at that time.
Some boys tried to stop him; and then he got angry at them for pulling his tail, and threw handfuls of sugarplums at them.
With these words came a great shower of sugarplums, upon a linen sheet spread out in front of the doors.
He took one or two sugarplums from my hand with as much amenity as if we had been old acquaintances.