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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 of milk chocolate
1715-1725
1715-25
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  • To-morrow I shall start on a walking tour, with a spare sock and some milk chocolate, and try to forget.

    Berry And Co. Dornford Yates
  • I shall try giving him sugar, milk chocolate, something of the kind.

    Spacehounds of IPC Edward Elmer Smith
  • Many of our older readers will remember their delight when in the eighteen nineties they first tasted Peter's milk chocolate.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Arthur W. Knapp
  • milk chocolate consists of an intimate mixture of cacao nib, sugar and milk, condensed by evaporation.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Arthur W. Knapp
  • milk chocolate of good quality contains from 15 to 25 per cent.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Arthur W. Knapp
  • It will be noted that the food value of milk chocolate is even greater than that of plain chocolate.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Arthur W. Knapp
  • It is highly probable that milk chocolate is the most nutritious of all sweetmeats.

    Cocoa and Chocolate Arthur W. Knapp
  • Occasionally cake, gingerbread, sweet biscuit, or a piece of milk chocolate may be put in the basket for a pleasant surprise.

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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