Examples of taffy in a Sentence
the magazine's profiles of showbiz celebrities tend to be pure taffy
Recent Examples of taffy from the Web
Sucked into the machine, my nipples looked like long, pink taffy, stretched and then milked.
The syrup’s sugars caramelize just enough to intensify the maple flavors, and the combination of warm, chewy maple taffy and little flecks of residual snow is divine.
As a traditional Korean taffy maker in the shopping district of Myeongdong, his candy stand relies on tourism to survive.
First produced in 1922, brilliantly named Abba-Zaba are flat rolls of dense white taffy piped with a creamy peanut butter filling.
The temporal lobes — where sound is heard, memories are formed and emotions originate — had been pulled back and down, stretched like saltwater taffy.
By the end of the night, each of your children is likely to be in possession of a pillowcase, heavy with tiny candy bars, taffy and the occasional box of raisins.
Fairgoers can watch the taffy-making process through observation windows as flavors like vanilla, black walnut and even jalapeño are pulled, cut and then wrapped in individual wrappers for purchase.
Love that summer uniform…the tank-top jumpsuit s-t-r-e-t-c-h-e-d like taffy over the chocolate net, see-through, pectoralis major body shirt.
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Origin and Etymology of taffy
First Known Use: circa 1817See Words from the same year
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Definition of taffy for English Language Learners
: a type of soft and chewy candy
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