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
Several players are also doing last-second neck and back exercises because, according to Senior Bowl lore, that's how Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson managed to taffy-stretch himself above 5-10 at this event in 2012.
Vendors also sell everything from cranberry cheese to cranberry sausage, cranberry candies, fudge and taffy, dried cranberries and cranberry jams.
The pageant is an extended advertisement not for taffy shops on the boardwalk, or now for a particular Beautiful Bathing Girl, but indeed for the opposite: for the Beautiful Bathing Girl, as a general idea.
His father’s best year amounted to about 9,000 pounds of taffy.
The stuffed roll would be sold wrapped like a taffy in white parchment paper twisted at both ends.
The skin flap is then stretched down and taut (think pulling taffy), a new hole is made for your belly button, and excess skin is cut away.
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.
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TAFFY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of taffy for English Language Learners
: a type of soft and chewy candy
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