Dainties [noun]

Definition of Dainties:

baked product made with flour

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Sentence/Example of Dainties:

On opening it they found it rich in dainties, among which were a pair of fowls and a large plum-cake.

With a mental appetite uninjured by tit-bits and dainties, she digested the strong food, and asked eagerly for more.

These dishes, though much too highly seasoned for European palates, are considered great dainties by the Limeños.

With extra dainties like figs, cake and a bottle of wine, we felt that the occasion was fitly celebrated.

Dainties, never before known at his sparing board, were ordered to tempt her appetite, toy-shops ransacked to amuse her indolence.

She filled three large plates with these delicious dainties, and her eager face was something to behold.

She will bring wild flowers and carry them with all sorts of dainties to neighboring houses where there is illness.

Chess no longer prepares the dainties which astonished Mr. Carvel's guests, and which he alone could cook.

He complained of the food, showing me the remains of dainties given out to the sick woman, and which he had helped her to eat.

Even the face of John Hampden beamed with condescending delight as he devoured a pyramid of dainties.