[ US /ˈhɝʃi/ ]
  1. an industrial town to the east of Harrisburg
  2. United States confectioner and philanthropist who created the model industrial town of Hershey, Pennsylvania; founded an industrial school for orphan boys (1857-1945)
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How To Use Hershey In A Sentence

  • Leaving Hershey in the kitchen with a rather large rawhide bone, Rich made his way up to Ally's room.
  • Can someone mansplain to me why the price of a Hershey bar was so weirdly stable until 1970?
  • After several months when her comfort level increased, I progressed to putting a Hershey bar on a salad plate and nuking it into molten goodness.
  • Boudreau (pronounced BOO-dro) coached the Hershey Bears and Manchester (N.H.) Washington's Boudreau says 'why not' to Stanley Cup
  • Paul used this phenomenon known as allopatric speciation to explain the evolution of Hershey Kisses and Snow Caps, both with a similar shape but the latter with a sugar-covered top. Boing Boing
  • Pop a Hershey Kiss into your mouth before you smooch.
  • Earlier this year, temporary workers at a Pennsylvania plant packing Hershey products staged a mass walkout over what they described as abusive working conditions. The New Blue Collar: Temporary Work, Lasting Poverty And The American Warehouse
  • The Hershey family name comes from an ancestress who was accused of stealing chocolate by the victim sputtering, Her! Things You Didn't Know, Halloween Edition
  • The engine is still carbureted, the flaps remain manual, the prop is fixed and the basic airplane is very much the same machine it has been since Piper switched from the Hershey-bar wing to the semi-tapered Warrior airfoil in 1976.
  • You betcha, there's nothing a little Hershey's Kiss can't fix.
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