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Sentence count:152+15 Only show simple sentencesPosted:2016-07-20Updated:2020-07-24
Synonym: confectglazesugarcoatSimilar words: and yetmind youMeaning: ['kændɪ]  n. a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts. v. coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze. 
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1. His pockets bulged with apples and candy.
2. Take a candy from the box.
3. They candy fruit in autumn every year.
4. That candy is a temptation.
5. Although again sweet candy, also has a bitter day.
6. His pocket was all gummed up with candy.
7. Too much candy is bad for your teeth.
8. Do you want a piece of candy?
9. Her baby sister bother her for candy.
10. Candy will rot your teeth.
11. I desired candy all the time I was dieting.
12. She ran to the candy store to get some sweets.
13. He coughed up the candy that was stuck in his throat.
14. Take a piece of candy everyday and tell yourself :the day is sweet again.
15. The kids never eat candy bars.
16. The child is eager to have the candy.
17. Most video games are just brain candy.
17. try its best to collect and make good sentences.
18. Who wants the last piece of candy?
19. The honey will candy in half an hour.
20. Jimmy stretched out his hand to take the candy.
21. She enticed the children with candy.
22. The kids have been stuffing themselves with candy.
23. You greedy pig , you ate all the candy!
24. His pockets were bulging with candy.
25. Candy was very good at winkling out secrets.
26. Have a piece of candy, please.
27. She tried to candy up her husband's fame.
28. Vera was doling out candy to all the kids.
29. He conciliated his angry daughter with a piece of candy.
30. Back then, women on TV were mostly seen as eye candy.
More similar words: and yetmind you
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