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lozenge in Food, dish topic

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishlozengeloz‧enge /ˈlɒzəndʒ $ ˈlɑː-/ noun [countable]  1 DFFMDa small flat sweet, especially one that contains medicine a cough lozenge2 HMa shape similar to a square, with two angles of less than 90° opposite each other and two angles of more than 90° opposite each other
Examples from the Corpus
lozengeHe covered my newest wound with a swab of alcohol and a lozenge of gauze.It was April, and a lozenge of sunlight lay across his carpet.The oral shield is variable ranging from a lozenge to a flattened triangle.The walls were of plaster, painted soft green and decorated with silver and gold lozenges.The results were promising, showing that in 100 people the lozenges appeared to reduce cold symptoms and duration by 42 percent.A heavy door swung open and a figure beckoned them into a warm lozenge of light.