Definition of gumdrop
: a sugar-coated candy made usually from corn syrup with gelatin or gum arabic
Recent Examples of gumdrop from the Web
The mid-mounted, 80-hp electric motor produces a substantial 118 lb-ft of torque and punts the colorful gumdrop to 60 mph in 11.7 seconds, says Smart.
There are questions as to whether Republicans would have embraced the CBO had the report been nothing but gumdrops and rainbows.
Mounted on the roof, the LIDAR looks a bit like an old-fashioned police car gumdrop.
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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
Definition of gumdrop for Students
: a candy usually made from corn syrup and gelatin
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