- n. Plural form of gummy.
“According to the research this group of 'gummies' fall into five groups.”
“gummies," as our American friends call them, during almost tropical weather.”
“Margo Wootan of the Center for Science in the Public Interest says: "There still are lots of kid-friendly characters on food packages, and unfortunately, they're mostly on unhealthy foods like fast-food kids' meals, sugary cereals and fruit gummies.”
“And for the kids, Healthy Child Healthy World moms should consider gummies like Peter Gilham's "calm focus," a supplement that comes as a liquid multi-vitamin and includes organic fruits and vegetables as well as magnesium to "calm" and plant-based DHA to "'focus.”
“But I won't eat just any variety (bring on the bear-shaped gummies or anything sour-flavored, hold the gumdrops) and I'm choosy about my brands too.”
“In fact, I've scoffed at the idea of organic gummies in the past.”
“Pictured: Stalwart, brave gummies save their comrades from what might otherwise have been a tragic mountaineering accident.”
“There were tiny packages of organic roll-ups, gummies, healthy fish-shaped crackers, and raisins.”
“One was full of gummies and another with fish-shaped crackers but no little packages.”
“Elliott, on the other hand, liked gummies on Mondays, crackers on Tuesdays, raisins on Wednesdays, and …. well, he liked routine.”
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