- n. Plural form of confection.
“As is well known, the most important variety of confection is candy, and this is the one that is usually meant when the term confections is mentioned.”
“To assist in the making of confections in the home, the principles of candy making, as well as those which must be understood for the making of such other foods as are commonly called confections, are given in this Section.”
“-- Glorias: The main city for these praline-like confections is Linares, N.L. Wonderful fresh ones are sold by guys along the highway.”
“There were about three complete ones amongst them, and the remainder adorned themselves in confections of their own.”
“Inspired by Latin American confections, these cookies are rich with milk caramel chips and stripes.”
“But that Walt Disney — a man who never learned to catch a ball because as a boy he never had time to play, and a man who adored the soda-fountain confections he hadn’t been able to afford as a child — beat such a retreat wasn’t really surprising, and was far more sad than contemptible.”
“Apart from these, cakes, biscuits, and tarts, &c., the class of sweetmeats called confections may be thus classified: — 1.”
“The house of "confections" yielded me no broadcloth of a cut or dimension suitable to my figure.”
“And Desnoyers was henceforth consulted in all matters of style every time they ordered any "confections" from the shops of Buenos Aires.”
“Most of the best "confections" in the hollow square were sold, and”
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