suc·​cade | \ (ˌ)səˈkād \
plural -s

Definition of succade

: a preserve or confection made from fruit : preserved or crystallized fruit

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History and Etymology for succade

Middle English socade, from Middle French succade, sucrade sweet, candied fruit, succade, from Old Provençal sucrado, adjective, sweet, sugary, sugared, from past participle of sucra to sugar, from sucre sugar, from Old Italian zucchero

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“Succade.” Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, Accessed 24 Sep. 2020.

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