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milk chocolate

noun
1.
chocolate that has been mixed with milk.
2.
a piece or bar of candy made of or coated with such chocolate.
Origin
1715-1725
1715-25
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Examples from the web for milk chocolate
  • She had round brown eyes, a broad little nose, and skin the color of milk chocolate.
  • Let the milk chocolate melt in your mind-not in your mouth, a new study suggests.
  • In the past five years, dark chocolate has had astonishing sales, and has grown ten times faster than milk chocolate.
  • The first two are covered in semi-sweet chocolate, the last two in milk chocolate and walnuts.
  • Sometimes he gets a tiny milk chocolate baseball as a reward for performing well.
  • Her lush candies come in several flavors: milk chocolate, white chocolate, coconut and pistachio.
  • The company said the new product features a cocoa wafer, chocolate filing, peanuts and a milk chocolate coating.
  • milk chocolate makers suffer added grief this year, over milk quotas.
British Dictionary definitions for milk chocolate

milk chocolate

noun
1.
chocolate that has been made with milk, having a creamy taste Compare plain chocolate
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