any of several maples having a sweet sap, especially Acer saccharum (the state tree of New York, Vermont, West Virginia, and Wisconsin), having a short trunk and long, curving branches, yielding a hard wood used for making furniture and being the chief source of maple sugar.
a North American maple tree, Acer saccharum, that is grown as a source of sugar, which is extracted from the sap, and for its hard wood
- Sugar nippers
noun a utensil for making loaf sugar into lumps Examples Sugar nippers were used at the table to break off a chunk for use in coffee or tea. Word Origin 1790
[led] /lɛd/ noun, Chemistry. 1. lead acetate. sugar of lead /lɛd/ noun 1. another name for lead acetate
noun 1. lactose. sugar of milk noun 1. another name for lactose
noun, Chiefly New England and South Midland U.S.. 1. sugarbush (def 2).