Definition of Sourball

1. Noun. Round piece of tart hard candy.

Generic synonyms: Hard Candy



Definition of Sourball

1. Noun. (American English) A hard candy. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sourball

1. a sour candy [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sourball

sour cream
sour dock
sour fig
sour gourd
sour grapes
sour gum
sour krout
sour mash
sour mash whiskey
sour note
sour orange
sour puss
sour pusses
sour salt
sourball (current term)
sourbellies
sourbelly
source
source book
source code
source codes
source configuration management
source control
source domain
source emission reduction plan
source language
source languages
source materials

Literary usage of Sourball

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1. Washington Close-ups: Intimate Views of Some Public Figures by Edward George Lowry (1921)
"Besides, as everybody knows, Cato was a foreigner as well as a sourball. On both counts it is a case of thumbs down for him. Unhappily for the truth and for ..."

2. Mr. George Jean Nathan Presents by George Jean Nathan (1917)
"... the public is quite as certain to overestimate an antithetical and equally inconsequent piece of sourball dramaturgy like " Hindle Wakes " as it is to ..."

3. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"Isn't it the sourball who writes the world's finest love stories ? And the satirist who writes the best serious plays ? The only consistently sincere men ..."

4. Another Book on the Theatre by George Jean Nathan (1915)
"Isn't it the sourball who writes the world's finest love stories ? And the satirist who writes the best serious plays ? The only consistently sincere men ..."

5. Truly Rural by Richardson Little Wright (1922)
"Come on him unawares and you'll hear him murmuring sensuously, the way a small boy rolls a sourball around in his mouth, such strangely succulent words as ..."

6. A Supplement to Allibone's Critical Dictionary of English Literature and by John Foster Kirk, Samuel Austin Allibone (1891)
"Mr. sourball'i European Tour, I'li i la.. 1867, sin. 4 to. 2. Sketches un the Ice, Phila., 1868, 8vo. Cope, James, Marquis Biddle-Cope, Italy. 1. ..."

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