A confection made of nut kernels, especially almonds or pecans, stirred in boiling sugar syrup until crisp and brown.(noun)
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Use "praline" in a sentence
"Syrin -- The chewy praline is a Central Texas thing, they'd never fly in Louisiana."
"The law school dean, who says his instructor would describe him as "diligent and well-meaning," raised funds at a tempting "praline" party hosted by friend and attorney Nancy Couvillon, where guests learned how to cook the tempting desserts."
"The core of the company's operation is still designer chocolates — indeed, its "7 Deadly Sins to Share," a stark, postmodern box filled with black currant and Champagne (pride), almond praline (wrath) and passion fruit (envy) chocolates, among others, may be this Valentine's Day's most high-concept box of candy."