In the second century, wealthy Romans served to their guests a confectionary treat containing cannabis.
For some voters Poroshenko, nicknamed the “Chocolate King” because of his confectionary empire, was the least bad option.
The Daily Pic: Before perfecting his confectionary colors, Wayne Thiebaud went brown.
What started as a confectionary is now the oldest know restaurant in Japan.
Nor was she like Ellen Vernon, with her lovely fairness, her look of wax and confectionary.
Neither would you approve of the delicacies, as they are thought, of Athenian confectionary?
We begin to speculate upon what it is that will finally carry him off: his asthma, or the confectionary he daily swallows.
She spends every cent of her wages for dress and confectionary.
A part, however, of the contents of the confectionary shop are actually poisonous.
He brought me over a box of bonbons; and I complained of the badness of confectionary in our town.