Definitions

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  • adj. Made sweet or saccharine.

Etymologies

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candy +‎ -ify +‎ -ed

Examples

  • Halloween was the last holiday to become "candified" in the late 1940s, she writes in her social history blog candyprofessor.com.

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  • For the hard-core gamer, "Tabula Rasa" offers the kind of souped-up eye-candified and, most important, addictive online action that actually gives it a shot at being a "Warcraft"-killer, or at least a "Warcraft"-hurter.

    November 2007

  • Each mouthful was a pleasure; and when the last crumb had vanished, Katy produced the second basket, and there, oh, delightful surprise! were seven little pies – molasses pies, baked in saucers – each with a brown top and crisp, candified edge, which tasted like toffy and lemon-peel, and all sorts of good things mixed up together.

    What Katy Did: A Story

  • Each mouthful was a pleasure; and when the last crumb had vanished, Katy produced the second basket, and there, oh, delightful surprise! were seven little pies -- molasses pies, baked in saucers -- each with a brown top and crisp candified edge, which tasted like toffy and lemon-peel, and all sorts of good things mixed up together.

    What Katy Did

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