Did you perchance mean sherbet?
“I remember the lollies called sherbert bombs we bought at the milkbar were the same sort of thing; a nasty waxy lolly filled with fizzy sherbert.”
“I know "sherbert" is a colloquialism, but it is spelled "sherbet"--the other spelling isn't recognized at all by the OED or the spellchecker on this site.”
“They immediately gave cute names to the new Daleks (take a guess which one they named "sherbert").”
“I except the "difference of opinion" classics such as sherbert or Welsh rarebit.”
“sherbert," a dubious "vermillion" (perhaps an original misspelling but so universal that Webster lists it alongside the one L spelling), and a complaint about 'til for till or until.”
“On the other side was Nancy Mattingly, 66, a retiree in a sherbert-green tracksuit.”
“And there was me, Ron, thinking that you were enjoying the life of Riley, and permanently on the sherbert.”
“Till then I have a selection of sherbert flying saucers, some sugar-coated almonds and a few chocolate coins to pluck out of my Christmas hamper and feast on.”
“There she was, all pink and pherump and pretty, selecting a grape, dusting it with sherbert, and popping it into my mouth with a fond smirk and a loving kiss that was like being hit in the face by a handful of liver-and not two minutes earlier she'd had a dinner guest trepanned before he'd even had his coffee.”
“For lunch I ordered sardines on toast, pickled herring, a grilled mutton chop, buttered green beans, pommes lyonnaise and lemon sherbert.”
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aka malapropisms that drive me crazy
That's not a word. Saying it more often doesn't help.
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