|candy that soothes cough||cough drop|
|(Botany) plant of the genus mentha (genus of fragrant herbs including peppermint, spearmint, and horsemint, etc.); hard or soft mint-flavored candy; factory where money is produced; gold mine (Slang), in perfect condition, invent, make coins, print mon...||mint|
|(from French) nut or fruit that is coated with sugar; silver-coated candy bead used for cake decorations; sugar-coated medicated candy||dragee|
|(Pathology) whooping cough (type of infectious disease)||pertussis|
|a trademark for a snack food consisting of candy-coated popcorn and peanuts||Cracker Jack|
|act of kissing, touch of the lips (sign of affection); gentle touch, light touch, brush or caress with the lips, caress done with the lips, gentle passing touch, sideswipe, small piece of candy, touch one ball against another, touch something gently, t...||kiss|
|aggressive competitor, attack on the wing, attempt at clearing throat, bird of prey, bird of prey with a hooked beak and curved talons; person who favors aggressive or warlike political policy (Slang); aggressive person (Slang), clear the throat, cough...||hawk|
|almond candy||burnt almond|
|almond paste, pasty candy made of crushed almonds and sugar||marzipan|
|alter to deceive, confection, forge, falsify; cheat; talk nonsense; dodge, evade, type of candy; nonsense, foolishness||fudge|
|any one of a number of subterranean fungi that are edible, chocolate candy, fleshy fungus eaten as delicacy||truffle|
|ask for candy on Halloween||trick-or-treat|
|ball of candy-coated chewing gum||gumball|
|balm, healing ointment; remedy, curative, anything that soothes or heals, ease pain or worry, salvage something, something that soothes or calms, relieve; remedy, cure, heal; salvage, save from destruction, rescue, soothing ointment||salve|
|battle cry, call made by bird or animal, cry out, enthusiastic shout; call; heavy breathing sound (characteristic of whooping cough), exclaim something, loud cry, shout enthusiastically, call; breath heavily (as one with whooping cough), urge or drive ...||whoop|
|bean-shaped candy, small candy which has a brightly colored outer shell and a jellylike interior||jellybean|
|bite; act of chewing, candy, chew tobacco, damage something by biting, grind food with the teeth, grind up food before swallowing, piece of chewing tobacco||chew|
|boiled sugar candy, candy made of sugar and butter||toffee|
|brittle sugar candy, butterscotch flavoring, candy made with butter and brown sugar, flavored with butterscotch, light brown, light-brown||butterscotch|
|brown color, brown-colored, candy covered in chocolate, chocolate drink, smooth sweet brown food, sweet food made from cocoa and sugar||chocolate|
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