Definitions

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  • n. Plural form of pastille.

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Examples

  • So while it may be permissible in north or west London to spend the game nibbling on Piedmontese pralines or sucking Portuguese verbena pastilles, in my goitred neck of the woods even the furtive consumption of a Lindor is likely to be regarded with suspicion.

    Chewing on some long-forgotten gems from the terraces | Harry Pearson

  • From the window he could see the packets of Chocorange and Strawpink ranked neatly alongside throat pastilles and indelicately close to condoms.

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  • Dudes, I was popping throat pastilles like they were sweet, sweet candy.

    Archive 2009-02-01

  • When I was a child my Nana used to bring little tins of Grether's black currant pastilles back from trips "abroad".

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  • In between hysterical sobbing and eating fruit pastilles, I have been busy doing Exciting Things with Wordpress.

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  • Step One: Melt the beeswax in a double boiler. 16 oz of beeswax pastilles will melt down to about 10.5 oz of volume.

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  • Involving almond stuffed olives, Droste bittersweet pastilles, 2 much Meyers, , a pair of A-7 Voice of the Theatre speakerz and strange Jamaican vegetation.. oh yes, an abowt a dozen huumins playing the part of the ratz.

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  • Night of Ramazan 27th (our 26th) praying and burning incense-pastilles.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • Serve hot, accompanied by dark chocolate or rosewater flavoured sweets i.e.: semolina cake, baklawa, rahat loukum, rose pastilles.

    Archive 2008-10-01

  • If sweetness is desired, a square of chocolate might be a good balance or Rahat Loukum and if you cannot get beyond the stickiness of this candy, try the rose pastilles, which are the little white balls pictured above.

    Archive 2008-10-01

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