The process of making or processing of sugar or related products.(noun)
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Use "sugaring" in a sentence
"Fordwitch Wood to set the snare, familiar to hunters of moths, which we call sugaring the trees."
"The "sugaring" was on a Saturday, and the party met at the schoolhouse."
"But the snow that actually falls during April is usually only what Vermonters call "sugar-snow," -- falling in the night and just whitening the surface for an hour or two, and taking its name, not so much from its looks as from the fact that it denotes the proper weather for "sugaring," namely, cold nights and warm days."