a candy made of fruit juice and gelatin, cubed and dusted with sugar.
Origin of Turkish delight
First recorded in 1865–70
Also called Turkish paste.
Based on the Random House Unabridged Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2019
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Historical Examples of turkish delight
"Yes, and we've got a box of Turkish-delight," said Michael.
I remember a girl called Mabel who used to sell Turkish-delight there, but she had a stall of her own.
Still, cheese is more nutritious than Turkish-delight, and there's plenty of water in that theatrical cascade.
British Dictionary definitions for turkish delight
a jelly-like sweet flavoured with flower essences, usually cut into cubes and covered in icing sugar
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