- chocolate that has been mixed with milk.
- a piece or bar of candy made of or coated with such chocolate.
Origin of milk chocolate
First recorded in 1715–25
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Examples from the Web for milk chocolate
When mixed with milk-chocolate it makes a very lasting nourishment.The History of Louisiana
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As a crowning dissipation, they all sat down to play progressive halma, with milk-chocolate for prizes.Reginald
In a more indulgent moment she then sent out for a large packet of milk-chocolate, and prepared to receive Savile at lunch.The Twelfth Hour
- chocolate that has been made with milk, having a creamy tasteCompare plain chocolate
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