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verb as in doctor, medicate

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Those treats ended up in the trunk of her car until she found them days later, smashed, and threw them away.

Messy, sticky, warm and sweet, s’mores are a treat that needs no recipe.

You can use this powder in shakes or consider it a substitute for flour the next time you want to bake a sweet treat, like cookies.

Coffee and treats make up about half of the orders, but people are also using Manna to avoid making quick trips to the grocery store or when they don’t want to wait on Amazon.

From Fortune

Barkbox brings ’em a constant rotation of treats and toys, all tailored around each month’s theme, like “Dogsgiving” in November or “Lick or Treat” back in October.

Almost everyone there will be a decent person and treat you well.

Yazbek tells The Daily Beast that the traffickers guarantee their service, and they treat the Syrian refugees with respect.

When ‘Downton Abbey’ returns Sunday night, its fashion fans are in for a familiar treat.

This is Bey and Nicki at their most lyrically masochistic, and boy, is it a treat.

Koenig apologies for what she seems to treat as a sign of weakness.

There is still a general tendency in universities on both sides of the Atlantic to treat propaganda as infection.

Not only are they required to do things in a proper orderly manner, but people have to treat them with due deference.

Rather blow out your own brains than treat with enmity those who are your liberators.

You could use some force to prevent him, you could not kill him, or put out his eyes, or treat him roughly.

A car conductor is instructed to treat passengers civilly and to use no harsh means with them, save in extreme cases.

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On this page you'll find 237 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to treat, such as: delicacy, delight, feast, fun, gift, and goody.

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