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taffy

noun taf·fy \ˈta-fē\

: a type of soft and chewy candy

plural taffies

Full Definition of TAFFY

1
:  a boiled candy usually of molasses or brown sugar that is pulled until porous and light-colored
2
:  insincere flattery

Examples of TAFFY

  1. <the magazine's profiles of showbiz celebrities tend to be pure taffy>

Origin of TAFFY

origin unknown
First Known Use: circa 1817

Rhymes with TAFFY

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