Examples of confect in a Sentence
a cook who can confect a magnificent dinner from whatever ingredients are in the cupboards
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But the outrage of rivals is shamelessly confected.
In a swirl of nimble, pale brushwork, the artist conjures up a figure from behind, gazing in the mirror, confecting herself.
The other, infinitely more famous outcome was Mary’s tale of a scientist who confects a humanoid out of body parts.
But in recent years, Indian con artists are confecting English accents and Americanized names, often used in call centers, for a different reason: to cheat unsuspecting foreigners.
Their mutual admiration is a refreshing change in a league that feeds on conflict and confected rancor.
And also like flavored vodka, the wines manage to taste both confected and concocted, built in a lab rather than made in a vineyard.
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