Definition of Confected

1. Verb. (past of confect) ¹



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Definition of Confected

1. confect [v] - See also: confect

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Confected

confabs
confabular
confabulate
confabulated
confabulates
confabulating
confabulation
confabulations
confabulator
confabulators
confabulatory
confarreate
confarreation
confated
confect
confected (current term)
confecting
confectio
confection
confectionaries
confectionary
confectioned
confectioner
confectioner's
confectioner's cream
confectioner's creams
confectioneress
confectioneresses
confectioneries
confectioners

Literary usage of Confected

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1. The Art of French Cookery by Antoine B. Beauvilliers (1827)
"and ray it in forming squares three inches long and two broad; glaze it with milk a second time; sift sugar over it, and sprinkle it with confected hashed ..."

2. Biennial Report by California Dept. of Agriculture, California State Commission of Horticulture (1890)
"The greater part of the dried figs put up for the trade are confected after ... The figs are confected in various ways, being strung or made into a kind of ..."

3. Folklore by Folklore Society (Great Britain) (1893)
"Where are ointments prepared, where are honeyed unguents rightly confected to serve as liniment upon a sore, as a remedy for hurts ? ..."

4. New English and Italian Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary by John Millhouse, Ferdinando Bracciforti (1889)
"... a. confected, preserved, ... a. confected, preserved, pickled Confettura, if. preserves, sweet-meats, comfits, ..."

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