sugar in large, hard, cohering crystals.
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How to use rock candy in a sentence
Today, the ease of accessing data over the Internet is the big rock candy mountain of “oppo” research.
Beneath the croquembouche and rock candy tiaras, these are real women.
If I caught cold from going bareheaded, so much the better; mother would give me rock candy for my cough.The Promised Land | Mary Antin
The water evaporates, and the tiny crystals grow, one joining to another as they do in rock candy.Diggers in the Earth | Eva March Tappan
They gave us crystalized sugar, resembling rock candy, for sweetening purposes, but themselves drank tea without sugar or milk.Overland through Asia; Pictures of Siberian, Chinese, and Tartar Life | Thomas Wallace Knox
After giving me sweetened lime juice and a piece of rock candy, he entered his patio and assumed the lotus posture.Autobiography of a YOGI | Paramhansa Yogananda
Imitation baskets of rock candy tied with bows of candy ribbons holding preserved citron, ginger and nuts glacé.Dinners and Luncheons | Paul Pierce
British Dictionary definitions for rock candy
US and Canadian a hard candy, typically a long brightly-coloured peppermint-flavoured stick, sold esp in holiday resorts: Also called (in Britain and certain other countries): rock
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