It was the same instinct that would lead her in the future to promise Enguerrand a sugar-plum if he said his lesson.
Punish if you will, but be kind too, and let the sugar-plum go with the rod.'
"She's as sweet as a sugar-plum," he added, as he continued to look.
Many a sugar-plum of patronage fell into the mouths of his family and friends.
Every sugar-plum was now accounted for, and they called a truce, and divided equally amongst them the remainder of the parcel.
They used to call a sugar-plum a plumb in Shakspeare's time.
I cannot bring myself to administer my sugar-plum without adding to it some bitter morsel by way of antidote.
To-day, even more than yesterday, I feel the absolute impossibility of depicting in music the sugar-plum Fairy.
"But the bag had all your things in it, and we haven't a toy or a sugar-plum left for you," said Santa.
My sugar-plum and stewed-prune lady, whose fine sharp nose, like Cupid's darts, hath pricked me to the heart!