Simple past tense and past participle of sugar-coat.(verb)
Alternative spelling of sugarcoated.(adjective)
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Use "sugar-coated" in a sentence
"The numbers belie the claims being made on Capitol Hill that Democrats were dragged into signing off on what one lawmaker described as a "sugar-coated Satan sandwich," with the creditworthiness of the United States on the line."
"So far Mr. Sarkozy's case has vacillated between threats against the opponents of his reforms and sugar-coated talk of "solidarity" that's intended to mask the measures 'intent."
"At this point, things like Seth Godin's sugar-coated corporate speak emerge."