Bonbon [noun]

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A set of Shakespeare from the Leonard twins, a bonbon dish from Vera.

One dozen bonbon dishes, five nouveau riche sugar shakers (we never use them), three muffineers—in heaven's name, what's that?

She never seemed so soulful and sinless as at the moment when her pink lips closed over a bonbon.

These are usually treated in a rather elaborate way, being often coated with bonbon cream or with chocolate.

And this indeed is the only kind of bonbon to be had in Rotterdam.

A musical bonbon to tickle the palates of sentimental women.

It lashes my lungs with handfuls of needles, and makes a bonbon glacé of my charming nose.

"I see the favors are 'chien d'or' bonbon dishes," pointing to the quaint little china dishes.

Arranged along the table should be plates of sandwiches and cakes, bonbon dishes and dishes with salted nuts.

Your bonbon dishes may be filled with candied violets and other violet-tinted sweets.