candy cane

  1. a hard candy in the shape of a rod (usually with stripes)
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How To Use candy cane In A Sentence

  • The first candy canes were almost entirely sugar, no peppermint, and most assuredly had no red striping.
  • Kris Kringle carefully crunched on candy canes.
  • Gobiodon okinawae, yellow clown goby, male, guarding its eggs in Caulastrea furcata, teal candy cane coral, by Kevin McCarthy — Neither of these specimens is rare or endangered, but they are both fascinating. Photography contest: Finalists, General Category - The Panda's Thumb
  • The hissing noise produced by the fast-spinning spools of yarn is interrupted only by the sound of toeless socks plopping out of plastic tubes shaped like candy canes. Alabama Sock Town Suffers as Cotton Soars
  • Learn about bailing a candy cane glass ornament when making hand-blown glass ornaments for Christmas in this free holiday video.
  • Rudolf shining his nose-red lamp down the flue at his struggling boss barely suppressing a snicker wondering if the old grog-soused fart just hasn't had too many cookies and tippled too much candy cane schnapps! Santa’s stuck
  • Push short lengths of candy cane into the base of the triangles to make tree trunks. Times, Sunday Times
  • Out of a buzzy analog haze, a stomping bassline gathers up all the lost children and, in a glorious series of chimes and welcoming blips, sends them out into a magical world of candy cane funk.
  • Life is not all candy canes and lollipops but it doesn't mean we should forget what the results of our actions are.
  • Lionfish grow up to a foot long and sport candy cane stripes. Smithsonian
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