(Brit) a very light fluffy confection made from coloured spun sugar, usually held on a stick US and Canadian name cotton candy Austral name fairyfloss
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candy that can be ordered by wire for delivery with an accompanying message, as on the recipient’s birthday or anniversary.
candygrammar language A programming-language grammar that is mostly syntactic sugar; a play on “candygram”. COBOL, Apple Computer’s Hypertalk language, and many 4GLs share this property. The intent is to be as English-like as possible and thus easier for unskilled people to program. However, syntax isn’t what makes programming hard; it’s the mental effort and organisation […]
any of a variety of confections made with sugar, syrup, etc., often combined with chocolate, fruit, nuts, etc. a single piece of such a confection. Slang. cocaine. someone or something that is pleasing or pleasurable, usually in a superficial way (often used in combination): eye candy. to cook in sugar or syrup, as sweet potatoes […]
noun Contemporary Examples 10 Movies Too Awful for the Theater Shannon Donnelly, The Daily Beast Video March 27, 2009