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  • n. Plural form of treat.

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Examples

  • Pro Pac Cat Smart Rewards Tempting Tidbits Salmon and Shrimp flavored cat treats ($1.19 + tax), are advertised as being “superpremium cat treats” and they really seem to be exactly that.

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  • The de rigueur puke scene arrives early, when one of the diminutive additions to the cast so cleverly hinted at in the title treats us to the second coming of his spaghetti dinner.

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  • It's really all just too cute, and it's obvious that the label treats this stuff with absolute love and care.

    The Yellow Stereo

  • Such a term treats authors as if they are somehow exceptions to the "normal" practice of the "shop style," because they write both words and images.

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  • I'm no trainer, but I'm a big believer in treats too ... but expectation and delivery will help avoid the dropped bumper in anticipation of a treat.

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  • Had the tastiest treats from a lovely little patisserie.

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  • It came up again as White House staff got ready to wrap things up, and a few dillydallying kids made a last-minute dash up the driveway to collect their treats from the Obamas.

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  • One of my favorite treats is a scone with clotted cream and jam.

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  • I recommend telling a story about your recipe or journey; something that differentiates your treats from the next item and endears your customers to you.

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  • Sarah Gilbert stepped off her bicycle long enough to send one angry tweet via Twitter — and it's changed the way one fast-growing burger chain treats bike riders.

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  • Also 3rd person singular of the verb 'to treat'.

    November 21, 2011