Well, I gave her nougat and cheap cynicisms, and she allowed herself to be comforted!
He bit too hastily at the nougat, and it stuck to his plate.
Sugar rocks were strewn about with precipices of nougat, glaciers of vanilla candy, and waterfalls of spun sugar.
There will be nougat and sweet cakes, and a chocolate cream.
We teach you how to make French bonbons, nougat, chocolate creams and all the finest candies.
She called for a quantity of meringues and nougat, and finished by a glass of wine.
Artificiality is all very well in its place, but out of place it is as indigestible as the nougat of Montlimar.
Then he purchased two sticks of nougat and with it drank two bottles of ginger-beer.
These pine-cones are used for fuel and for making a confection something like nougat.
The work has to be done quickly, as the nougat hardens in a few minutes.
"sweetmeat of almonds and other nuts," 1827, from French nougat (18c.), from Provençal nougat "cake made with almonds," from Old Provençal nogat "nutcake," from noga, nuga "nut," from Vulgar Latin *nucatum (nominative *nuca), from Latin nux (genitive nucis) "nut," from PIE *kneu- "nut" (see nucleus).