A confection that consists of a piece of fruit, a seed, or a nut coated with sugar.(noun)
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Use "comfit" in a sentence
"Sister Celestine had invented a new kind of comfit which she begged Euphrosyne to try, leaving a paper of sweetmeats on her table for that purpose."
"“Easy, comfit,” he whispered, then bent to gently nip her full bottom lip, laving the mock injury with his tongue."
"Before I give you the kiss you deserve, comfit, we need to talk about your propensity to climb through windows."