lump of sugar

noun
lump1 ( def 4 ).

Origin:
1720–30

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She sipped her coffee through a lump of sugar, which made her sweet.
Even better, add a lump of sugar or have a carbohydrate-rich snack at the same time for an extra cognitive kick.
Some cooks even stuff a lump of sugar in a dumpling to ensure sweetness, and sometimes, a coin is hidden inside.
For example, you may have noticed that a lump of sugar takes longer to dissolve than fine granulated sugar.
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