Confectionary meaning

kən-fĕk'shə-nĕr'ē
The definition of a place where candy is made is an example of a confectionary.

A candy maker's store where chocolate is made is an example of a confectionary.

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The definition of confectionary is something that is related to candy or candy makers.

Sugar used to make candy is an example of confectionary sugar.

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A confectioner's shop; a confectionery.
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Sweet preparations; confections.
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A confectioner.
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Of or like a confection.
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Of confectioners or their work.
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A confection.
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Relating to, or of the nature of confections or their production.

Confectionary wares.

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Prepared as a confection.
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(dated) A confectioner's shop; a confectionery.
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(uncountable, rare) Candy, sweets, taken collectively; confectionery.
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Origin of confectionary

  • From Late Latin cōnfectiōnārius (“one who prepares things by means of ingredients”), from Latin cōnfectiō (“preparing, producing”). See confection.
    From Wiktionary