Definition of Sucket

1. n. A sweetmeat; a dainty morsel.



Definition of Sucket

1. Noun. A candied sweetmeat ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sucket

1. succade [n -S] - See also: succade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sucket

suckeners
suckens
sucker
sucker punch
sucker punches
sucker punching
suckered
suckerfish
suckerfishes
suckering
suckerlike
suckermouth
suckermouths
suckers
suckest
sucket (current term)
sucketh
suckets
suckfish
suckfishes
suckhole
suckier
suckiest
suckin'
suckiness
sucking
sucking fish
sucking louse
sucking pig

Literary usage of Sucket

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1. Remains, Historical and Literary, Connected with the Palatine Counties of by Chetham Society (1858)
"sucket of mallow-stalks was kept as a wet sucket in syrup ; a sucket was made of lettuce-stalks. (Sir Ken. Digby's Closet Opened, which gives recipes for ..."

2. The Progresses and Public Processions of Queen Elizabeth: Among which are by John Nichols (1823)
"I do allow this wen to be as familiar with me as my dog." 3 A vessel used for containing sweetmeats, for which sucket is the ancient word. ..."

3. Old English Plays: Being a Selection from the Early Dramatic Writers by Charles Wentworth Dilke (1814)
"Alph. If what you will might so too, then would you be in tune: I warrant if the sucket* stood here before thee, thy stomach would go against it. Tib. ..."

4. Old English Plays: Being a Selection from the Early Dramatic Writers by Charles Wentworth Dilke (1814)
"Alph. If what you will might so too, then would you be in tune: I warrant if the sucket* stood here before thee, thy stomach would go against it. Tib. ..."

5. Report and Transactions (1901)
"... for 12" dried sucket, wch he brought downe & weighed there at 7 groats ye pound. I saie . 1.8.- 9. The sucket I 33} to Jo: Bennet sen: In my Brothâ„¢ ..."

6. Shakespeare Jest-books: Reprints of the Early and Very Rare Jest-books by William Carew Hazlitt (1864)
"Scogin had provided a bottle of wine, and sucket, and marmalade, and greene ginger; and said to them that should hang him : masters, the King's Grace hath ..."

7. Shakespeare and His Times: Including the Biography of the Poet; Criticism on by Nathan Drake (1817)
"... but found to be a meet actor for his office : That was to bear the bride-cup, formed of a sweet sucket barrel, a faire-turned foot set to it, ..."

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