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comfit definition

  • noun:
    • A confection that is made of an item of fresh fruit, a seed, or a nut covered with sugar.
    • A confection consisting of a nut, seed or good fresh fruit covered with sugar.
    • A computerised picture of a suspect created when it comes to police.
    • A dry sweetmeat; any type of fresh fruit, root, or seed maintained with sugar and dried; a confection.
    • any good fresh fruit or root preserved with sugar and dried; a ball of sugar with a seed in center; a bonbon.
    • candy containing a fruit or nut
    • A confection that includes an item of good fresh fruit, a seed, or a nut coated with sugar.
    • A confection consisting of a nut, seed or fresh fruit coated with sugar.
    • A computerised picture of a suspect produced the police force.
    • A dry sweetmeat; almost any good fresh fruit, root, or seed preserved with sugar and dried; a confection.
    • almost any good fresh fruit or root preserved with sugar and dried; a ball of sugar with a seed when you look at the center; a bonbon.
    • candy containing a fruit or fan
  • verb:
    • To protect dried out with sugar.
    • make into a confection
    • To protect dry with sugar.
    • make into a confection
  • verb-transitive:
    • To preserve dried out with sugar.
    • To protect dried out with sugar.
  • others:
    • In order to make a comfit of; safeguard dried out with sugar.
    • to create a comfit of; protect dried out with sugar.
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