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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Food
candycan‧dy /ˈkændi/ ●●● S3 noun (plural candies) [countable, uncountable]  1 pile_sweets.jpg DF American English a sweet food made from sugar or chocolate a box of candies a candy bar Do you want a piece of candy?2 mind/brain candy
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candyThrown away like a candy wrapper, thrown away like trash.His knapsack and sketch pad and sleeping bag lay on the floor, candy wrappers scattered around them.He looked too old to be coming around for candy.Give out a lot of free candy and everybody is happy for a while.They stare back defiantly at the crowds, menacingly baring their teeth, and grabbing candy trays with nimble speed.If red candies have a reinforcing flavor and green candies do not, the child takes and eats red candies.A quick cane easing the candy over the railing.Unwholesome pink and yellow candies were sold from trays.
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