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In the distance rose a gumdrop-shape dollop of earth.
Remove some of the flour mixture and mix with the nuts and the gumdrops to keep them from sticking together.
And like the soft center of its confectionary cousin the gumdrop (also part of the class of candies called jellies), it is made of sugar, flavors, water and some form of thickener, such as gelatin, gum Arabic, or starch.
Since the Austin test in 2016, the Waymo vehicle has evolved from a gumdrop-like looking car into a Chrysler Pacifica minivan that looks pretty normal, save for a dome on the roof about the size of an old-style police cruiser’s flashing light.
View Photos Chassis Though this concept-car body could well be fixed atop a chassis made of pretzels and gumdrops, the production car’s underpinnings will be shared with Toyota in the companies’ joint sports-car venture.
Police cited him for drug possession after finding marijuana gumdrops in a consensual search of his vehicle.
Take in the changing leaves of the Kickapoo River Valley and the gumdrop hills of the Ocooch Mountains from a handful of scenic vistas at this park.
In the beginning, everything seemed gumdrops and rainbows.
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First Known Use of gumdrop
GUMDROP Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of gumdrop for English Language Learners
: a sweet, chewy candy
GUMDROP Defined for Kids
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