a small hessian bag occasionally still used, esp in rural areas, as a rough-and-ready measure for dry goods
a small eucalyptus tree, Eucalyptus cladocalyx, having smooth bark and barrel-shaped fruits and grown for timber and ornament . It has sweet-tasting leaves which are often eaten by livestock
a variety of garden pea in which the pod is also edible
an open pie with a brown sugar filling
cloth tied around a bit of sugar to form a nipplelike pacifier for a baby
the sucrose obtained from sugar beet, identical in composition to cane sugar
the glucose concentration in the blood: the normal fasting value is between 3.9 and 5.6 mmol/ l
sugar that is unrefined or only partially refined
the sucrose obtained from sugar cane, which is identical to that obtained from sugar beet
a dextrose made from cornstarch
Icing sugar is very fine white sugar that is used for making icing and sweets .
a large conical mass of hard refined sugar ; sugar loaf
sugar in the form of cubes
sugar made from the sap of the sugar maple
sugar obtained from the sap of certain species of palm trees
→ cotton candy
a small bowl in which sugar is kept
Sugar beet is a crop with a large round root. It is grown for the sugar which can be obtained from this root.
a South African nectar-eating bird, Promerops cafer, with a long curved bill and long tail : family Meliphagidae ( honey-eaters )
A sugar bowl is a small bowl in which sugar is kept.
an anacardiaceous evergreen shrub, Rhus ovata, of S California and Arizona, having pale oval leaves, spikes of yellow-tinged red flowers, and deep red fruits
large crystals of sugar formed by suspending strings in a strong sugar solution that hardens on the strings, used chiefly for sweetening coffee
Sugar cane is a tall tropical plant. It is grown for the sugar that can be obtained from its thick stems .
to coat or cover with sugar
a variety of maize, Zea mays saccharata, whose kernels are rich in sugar and eaten as a vegetable when young
a small cube of sugar, used in cups of tea or coffee
treated with a pickling preparation of sugar, salt, and nitrate or nitrite, as ham, bacon, etc.
A woman's sugar daddy is a rich older man who gives her money and presents in return for her company, affection, and usually a sexual relationship .
not containing sugar and usually sweetened with a sugar substitute
a large conical mass of hard refined sugar
Sugar lumps are small cubes of sugar. You put them in cups of tea and coffee.
a North American maple tree, Acer saccharum, that is grown as a source of sugar, which is extracted from the sap, and for its hard wood
a pine tree, Pinus lambertiana, of California and Oregon, having spreading pendulous branches, light brown cones, and sugary resin
an alkaline compound used for cleaning or stripping paint
a device consisting of two connected arms that you push together and use for picking up a lump of sugar
Barley sugar is a sweet made from boiled sugar.
Caster sugar is white sugar that has been ground into fine grains . It is used in cooking .
finely ground white sugar
a mixture of fructose and glucose obtained by the inversion of sucrose
a nut which has been covered with a hard sweet coating
Sugar-coated food is covered with a sweet substance made of sugar.
a factory which refines sugar from organic sources into a form that can be used in cooking etc