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a type of brightly coloured chewing gum that you can blow into to form a bubble
British a sweet food consisting of very thin strings of sugar wrapped around a stick. The American word is cotton candy.
a type of sweet, usually flavoured with mint, that you chew for a long time but do not swallow
chocolate that is darker in colour than milk chocolate because it does not have any milk added to it
a firm fruit sweet made of jelly and covered with sugar
a type of hard black and white sweet that tastes of peppermint
British a piece of sweet flavoured ice or ice cream on a stick. The American word is Popsicle.
chocolate made with milk. Chocolate made without milk is called plain chocolate.
a sweet that tastes like peppermint
British a type of chocolate made without milk and with very little sugar. The American word is dark chocolate.
British a hard sweet in the shape of a solid tube called a stick. Rock is usually sold in seaside towns and has the name of the town written in it.
British powder with a fizzy taste that is eaten as a sweet
British a small piece of sweet food made with sugar. The usual American word is candy
a type of sweet made from square pieces of firm jelly covered with sugar
a combination of a hotdog and a hamburger in a specially designed bread bunBuzzWord Article
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