Confectionary

Con·fec'tion·a·ry noun [ Confer Late Latin confectionaris a pharmacist.] A confectioner. [ Obsolete] « He will take your daughters to be confectionaries , and to be cooks. 1 Sam. viii. 13. »
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Confectionary

• (a.) Prepared as a confection. • (n.) A confectioner.
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