Confectioner

Word CONFECTIONER
Character 12
Hyphenation con fec tion er
Pronunciations N/A

Definitions and meanings of "Confectioner"

What do we mean by confectioner?

One that makes or sells confections. noun

One who compounds preparations, as drugs. noun

One who makes confectionery or confections; specifically, one who makes or sells candies, candied fruits, bonbons, caramels, comfits, or other articles prepared with sugar, as cake, ice-cream, etc. noun

A compounder. noun

One whose occupation it is to make or sell confections, candies, etc. noun

A manufacturer of or dealer in confections. noun

Someone who makes candies and other sweets noun

A manufacturer of or dealer in confections.

To get down and dirty with someone in the corniest way ever. Only to be used by the profesionalest of people. Urban Dictionary

A professional pastry chef or baker's closing salutation for a letter, email, or text Urban Dictionary

Synonyms and Antonyms for Confectioner

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The word "confectioner" in example sentences

cake derator - n., combination of a confectioner's pastry and the Latin word deratoria, meaning "the unspeakable", a professional bakery employee who designs, quality checks, or creates cakes that render the recipients speechless. ❋ Unknown (2009)

For those in the United States with access to a Trader Joe's -- they carry Billington's muscovado sugar (light and dark), organic turbinado sugar, and, on occasion, organic unrefined icing sugar (also known as confectioner's or powdered sugar). ❋ Niki (2005)

Royal sugar; that is, a confectioner's term for the hardest and purest variety of sugar. ❋ Unknown (1920)

Episcopal church of redstone, stained glass and painted shingles, with a macadam driveway leading under its dainty _porte-cochère_, and at the base of whose stern little tower an eager ivy already aspired; a toy-like, yet suggestively imposing edifice, quite in the manner of smart suburban churches -- a manner that for want of accurate knowledge one might call confectioner's gothic. ❋ Harry Leon Wilson (1903)

The confectioner was a toothless old hag, who mixed the ingredients in a wooden dish dirtier than anything I ever saw before, and filled with reindeer hairs, which, however, were not conspicuous when well mingled with the half-churned grass and moss. ❋ Unknown (1869)

In his eyes a confectioner is a really great man, and he would give the whole academy of sciences for the smallest pastrycook in Lombard Street. ❋ Jean-Jacques Rousseau (1745)

The man who's been called the confectioner-in-chief came to the White House in January 2007 to turn out cakes, pastries and cookies for President George W. Bush, who Mr. Yosses said ❋ Michele Kayal ASSOCIATED PRESS (2010)

The man who's been called the confectioner in chief came to the White House in January 2007 to turn out cakes, pastries and cookies for President George W. Bush, who Mr. Yosses said ❋ Unknown (2010)

The man who's been called the confectioner-in-chief came to the White House in January 2007 to turn out cakes, pastries and cookies for President George W. Bush, who Yosses says "enjoyed dessert immensely." ❋ Unknown (2010)

The confectioner has been a feature of British life for more than a century ❋ Sam Jones (2010)

Cadbury chief executive, Todd Stitzer, that the confectioner is a £10 stock 2-3 years from now ❋ Unknown (2010)

U.listed Ferrero and U. S.-based Hershey Co are considering a joint offer for the confectioner, which is the target of a hostile bid from Kraft Foods Inc. ❋ Unknown (2009)

U.listed Ferrero and U. S.-based Hershey Co are considering a joint offer for the British confectioner, which is the target of a hostile bid from Kraft Foods Inc. ❋ Unknown (2009)

In uncooked icings, which are easily made, sugar, such as confectioner's, is moistened with a liquid of some kind and then flavored in various ways. ❋ Unknown (N/A)

Her teeth are pearly white; her hair and eyebrows are jet black; her nut-brown cheeks bear a pleasant smile, and as she stretches out one hand to give the "confectioner" a few coppers, with the other clutching at her escaping garment, and moves on amongst the crowd, we come to the conclusion that if not fair, she is at least comely. ❋ Budgett Meakin (1886)

Simple municipal projects, whether filling in a giant pit, or making sure that a megalomaniacal confectioner doesn't make our children obese, can quickly become hopeless boondoggles that, without the help of tireless bureaucrats like Leslie Knope Amy Poehler, the Hilary Clinton of Central Indiana, would overwhelm even the most red-white-and-blue of Americans. ❋ Hulu.com (2011)

"Lets [confectionate] tonight sugar." "I say I get [all up] in your inner [cavity] and confectionate all night long. MmmmmMhmmMmmmm!" ❋ The Confectionaters (2007)

Confectionately Yours, [Chef] [Tosi] ❋ Confectionate Chef (2023)

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