When bits of sweetmeat lodged in the teeth, the sucket fork doubled as a nifty toothpick.
One moment you were angry, and the next your face looked like a sweetmeat.
Their minds were so bent upon this piece of sweetmeat that all the rest were disregarded.
One small fragment comes from a large flanged cover, probably from a sweetmeat bowl or a posset pot.
Then close the paste round the sweetmeat, so as to form a dumpling.
Sometimes she would press too hard on a sweetmeat and with a little cry would hold up a sticky finger and thumb.
This piece may have come from a large bowl or sweetmeat dish.
Forbes laughed at the spectacle of a big, rich man pouting like a reluctant child against having a sweetmeat forced on him.
You might stuff it into your nose, your sweetmeat; it would go in.
It is now extensively imported from Italy, and is chiefly used to cover the taste of nauseous medicines, and as a sweetmeat.