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Confectory vs. Confectionary

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Confectoryadjective

(obsolete) Relating to the art of making confectionery.

Confectionaryadjective

Relating to, or of the nature of confections or their production.

‘confectionary wares’;

Confectoryadjective

Pertaining to the art of making sweetmeats.

Confectionaryadjective

Prepared as a confection.

Confectionarynoun

A candy, sweetmeat; a confection.

Confectionarynoun

(obsolete) A place where confections are manufactured, stored; a confectory.

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Confectionarynoun

(dated) A confectioner's shop; a confectionery.

Confectionarynoun

(obsolete) One who makes confections; a confectioner.

‘He will take your daughters to be confectionaries, and to be cooks. -- 1 Samuel viii. 13.’;

Confectionarynoun

Candy, sweets, taken collectively; confectionery.

Confectionarynoun

A confectioner.

‘He will take your daughters to be confectionaries, and to be cooks.’;

Confectionaryadjective

Prepared as a confection.

‘The biscuit or confectionary plum.’;

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