noun, plural con·fec·tion·er·ies.
- confectioners' sugar,
- confederate jasmine
Origin of confectionery
Examples from the Web for confectionery
Dundee is also celebrated for its confectionery and preserves, especially marmalade.
On the large scale, confectionery drops are moulded by a machine consisting essentially of two metal rollers covered with hollows.
And other objects is to examine the art and drawing and education from the exterior of the confectionery.Humour of the North|Lawrence J. Burpee
Rhenish wine sparkles here; confectionery glitters there; and fruit looks bright and tempting in a third place.
Nut brokers, wholesale grocers and manufacturers of confectionery are calling for crop and market reports of nuts.