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brown sugar unrefined or partially refined sugar whose crystals have kept a thin coating of dark syrup.
candied cooked or coated in or with sugar, honey, or syrup, esp. to glaze, encrust, or preserve. [1/2 definitions]
candy to cook in sugar syrup or otherwise prepare so as to coat with sugar crystals or glaze. [1/5 definitions]
chocolate a candy or syrup made with this substance along with other ingredients such as sugar or milk. [1/7 definitions]
compote fruit cooked in syrup and served as a dessert. [1/2 definitions]
electuary a drug mixed with honey, syrup, or the like to form a paste to be smeared on the teeth or gums of a sick animal.
flan a Spanish custard dessert topped with burnt-sugar syrup.
fruit cocktail a mixture of diced fruit, sometimes in a light syrup, served as an appetizer or dessert.
glucose a syrup consisting of dextrose, maltose, dextrine, and water, used in making candy, fermenting alcohol, treating tobacco, and tanning leather; starch syrup. [1/2 definitions]
grenadine2 a red syrup made from the juice of pomegranates or red currants and used in drinks.
maple sugar a sweet, yellowish brown, crystalline substance obtained by fully reducing the syrup made from the sap of maple trees.
maraschino cherry a cherry preserved in a sweet red syrup that is flavored with maraschino.
marron a large European chestnut, esp. one candied or preserved in syrup.
marrons glacÚs chestnuts glazed or coated with sugar or syrup; candied chestnuts.
marshmallow a spongy confection made of corn syrup, sugar, egg whites, and gelatin. [1/2 definitions]
molasses a thick dark brown syrup produced from sorghum or as a by-product when sugar is refined.
parfait a dessert consisting of layers of ice cream, fruit, and syrup or other flavorings, served in a tall glass. [1/2 definitions]
phosphate a beverage made with fruit syrup, carbonated water, and some phosphoric acid. [1/3 definitions]
praline any of a variety of candies made with nuts that are cooked in a sugar syrup.
scopolamine a thick alkaloid syrup used as a sedative or truth serum, or to dilate the pupil of the eye.
sirup variant of syrup.