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  • n. Plural form of gumdrop.


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  • The Fashionable Housewife finally found three pair of Cosabella thongs and 15\% off their website using the code "gumdrops".


  • I was never big on jellies, jujubes or gumdrops but there were these orange and lemon slices, gumdroppy, sugared and with a rind like the real fruit but just harder sugar.

    Candy of an Era Past « Colleen Anderson

  • They are the size of gumdrops; erect and eager for a tongue swirling over them, hungry for a mouth to devour them.

    Deep Throat Diva

  • 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.

    EatingWell: Trick or Treat: The Hidden Health Risks of Food Dyes

  • Halfway through the gumdrops and cookies and sugarplums and whatever else, I was sincerely curious how anyone can make it through the Nutcracker without a trip to the concession stand.

    Michelle Won: My Trip to the Nutcracker and Dinner at Po, Which Ended Up Being Nutcracker Part 2

  • In the meantime, here is another sample card using the new Level 3 Hostess set called goody-goody gumdrops:

    We have a winner!

  • My little Brittany, Sunny, often lets us know she's not happy at being left alone by doing wacky stuff, but the best (or worst, if you were the one getting to clean it all up) was when she discovered a 3-month old gingerbread house -- yep, icing, gumdrops, the real deal -- we'd neglected to get rid of after Christmas.

    True Story: Dog Eats Engagement Ring

  • I wanted to decorate the walls with gumdrops and candy canes like a gingerbread house for Hansel and Gretel.

    Chicken Soup for the Soul: Thanks Dad

  • Billy Farrell Lucas McMaster, Milly McAskin and Sienna Lightman Various adorable and impeccably behaved children were provided with adorable Lanvin-ized chef hats and aprons as well as a smorsgasbord of decorative material—Ladurée macarons, gumdrops, shoe-string licorice—with which to turn their shabby gingerbread houses into maisons en pain d'épice.

    Art of Home Building, Gingerbread Style

  • Moved our CandyLand markers along the colored road made of gumdrops and licorice.

    History of a Suicide


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