dragee

NOUN
  1. silvery candy beads used for decorating cakes
  2. sugar-coated nut or fruit piece
  3. pill that is a sugar-coated medicated candy
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How To Use dragee In A Sentence

  • Otters, badgers, kestrels, lapwing, buzzards and kingfishers are just a few of the animals and birds under threat along the Clanrye River between the Belfast and Tandragee Roads north of Newry.
  • Then I drizzled them with some of that Wilton candy melt stuff and topped each one with a gold dragee .. St. Patrick's Day Cupcakes!
  • In the confectionery industry today, fruit pastes appear to have been reduced to a minor role as centres for fondant, chocolates, and dragées.
  • These pharmaceutical compositions may be manufactured in a manner that is itself known, e.g., by means of conventional mixing, dissolving, granulating, dragee-making, levigating, emulsifying, encapsulating, entrapping or lyophilizing processes. FreshPatents.com: Notable Patent Applications - 07/22/2010
  • Alternatively, ecru colored nets can be complemented with ivory or gold dragées and finished off with co-ordinating ribbons or flowers.
  • I began to suspect as much when I went shopping for storage containers to hold my jars of jimmies, nonpareils, sanding sugars, edible glitter, and three different sizes of silver and gold dragees.
  • Otters, badgers, kestrels, lapwing, buzzards and kingfishers are just a few of the animals and birds under threat along the Clanrye River between the Belfast and Tandragee Roads north of Newry.
  • In 1788 the Tandragee Circuit was formed in the house of James Lemon, a chandler.
  • Cakes covered with these relatively simple icings are often further decorated with the addition of glacé cherries, angelica, silver dragées, hundreds and thousands, etc.
  • Along with 'supergrass' Mark Burcombe and Noel Dillon, who has since killed himself, the friends had been drinking in Brown's Tandragee flat when Andrew spoke derogatorily about UVF commander Richard Jameson, who had been gunned down by the LVF two weeks earlier. Belfasttelegraph.co.uk - Frontpage RSS Feed
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