sugared

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adjective
  1. covered, mixed, or sweetened with sugar.

  2. sweetened as if with sugar; made agreeable; honeyed, as words, speech, etc.

Origin of sugared

1
First recorded in 1325–75, sugared is from the Middle English word sugred.See sugar, -ed3

Other words from sugared

  • un·sug·ared, adjective
  • well-sugared, adjective

Words Nearby sugared

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How to use sugared in a sentence

  • Fu Shan smoked scented and sugared tobacco in a porcelain pipe with an ivory stem.

    The Belted Seas | Arthur Colton
  • Look at that dainty box filled with dark green figs, artistically set off by sugared violets pressed into all the niches!

  • The lawyer took a cup, sugared it, and drank it, after having crumbled into it a little cake which was too hard to crunch.

  • Gladys regarded her rather closely as she nibbled with rather a bird-like movement at a sugared bun.

    The Angel of Pain | E. F. Benson
  • The servant returned to us, bringing with him a tiny bottle of champagne and a plateful of delicate little sugared biscuits.

    The Law and the Lady | Wilkie Collins

British Dictionary definitions for sugared

sugared

/ (ˈʃʊɡəd) /


adjective
  1. made sweeter or more appealing with or as with sugar

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