Definition of Sugarcoating

1. Verb. (present participle of sugarcoat) ¹



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Definition of Sugarcoating

1. sugarcoat [v] - See also: sugarcoat

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sugarcoating

sugar syrup
sugar water
sugarallie
sugarally
sugarbeet
sugarbeets
sugarberries
sugarberry
sugarbush
sugarbushes
sugarcane
sugarcanes
sugarcoat
sugarcoated
sugarcoating (current term)
sugarcoats
sugarcraft
sugardaddie
sugared
sugarellie
sugarer
sugarers
sugarfree
sugarholic
sugarhouse
sugarhouses
sugarier
sugariest
sugarily

Literary usage of Sugarcoating

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1. For a New Liberty: The Libertarian Manifesto by Murray Newton Rothbard (2006)
"But, from the point of view of the consumer, the fall in the cost of living was highly welcome, and indeed was the blessed sugarcoating on the pill of ..."

2. First Lessons: A Report on Elementary Education in America by William J. Bennett (1986)
"Civics American civics, like American history, should be presented without sugarcoating but also without apology. This is not chauvinism. ..."

3. Bridging Gaps in Police Crime Data by Michael D. Maltz (2000)
"... May 21, 1998, "Manipulation of Crime Figures Alleged;" and The Miami Herald, May 3, 1998, "sugarcoating? Officer Faked Boca Crime Stats. ..."

4. Bridging Gaps in Police Crime Data by Michael D. Maltz (2000)
"... May 21, 1998, "Manipulation of Crime Figures Alleged;" and The Miami Herald, May 3, 1998, "sugarcoating? Officer Faked Boca Crime Stats. ..."

5. Russian Money Laundering: Congressional Hearing edited by James A. Leach (2001)
"The years-long sugarcoating of what the Clinton administration's policies have wrought in Russia is just one more lie bequeathed Americans. ..."

6. In Danger Undaunted: The Anti-Interventionist Movement of 1940-1941 As by Justus D. Doenecke (1990)
"... 1941, stated that British governmental circles do not look with favor upon this plan (Baltimore Sun). sugarcoating Glossing over their immediate ..."

7. College Teaching: Studies in Methods of Teaching in the College by Paul Klapper (1920)
"We have too long persisted in the " sugarcoating" conception of interest. We have regarded it as a process of " making agreeable. ..."

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