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- n. A bar of chocolate.
- n. Any candy bar, whether it contains chocolate or not.
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- n. a bar of chocolate candy
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After the cat had settled on the monitor and Dean had returned to the kitchen to fetch the pumpkin, Claire tossed another chocolate bar into the bowl and said, "Thanks."
He looked at the chocolate bar with those puppy-dog eyes of his, and I relented, handing him half of it.
After a chocolate bar each for dessert, we hung our food to protect it from the ring-tailed cats and raccoons and crawled onto our open-air tarp, the two lone occupants of the half-mile-long campground.
I'd eaten breakfast in London and a chocolate bar on the train to Didcot, but I hadn't had the foresight to fill the holdall with enough for dinner.
I finished a handful of candy corn and shoved a whole fun-sized chocolate bar into my mouth.
The room was orderly, and a Ghirardelli chocolate bar was propped against a vase of fresh daffodils on the coffee table.
And I wished she hadn’t; the chocolate bar she had eaten had been Hershey’s, an excellent brand.
A half-consumed chocolate bar sits on a stool top.