verb (used with object)
Examples from the Web for sugarcoated
Her advice, sugarcoated in goofy catchphrases, is delivered in the unimpeachable rhetoric of common sense.
But whether I practice Yoga, Dianetics, or write the lines on a sugarcoated pill and swallow it is my trade secret.The Fourth R|George Oliver Smith
We have to write popular plays and pretty poems and sugarcoated stories.Discourses of Keidansky|Bernard G. Richards
Word Origin and History for sugarcoated
also sugar-coat, 1870, originally of medicine; figuratively, "make more palatable," from 1910. Related: Sugarcoated; sugarcoating.