|enameling, metalware which has been coated with enamel||enamelwork|
|(from French) nut or fruit that is coated with sugar; silver-coated candy bead used for cake decorations; sugar-coated medicated candy||dragee|
|a trademark for a plastic-coated metallic thread or fabric made from this||Lurex|
|a trademark for a snack food consisting of candy-coated popcorn and peanuts||Cracker Jack|
|act of removing matter floating on the surface of a liquid; act of removing from the top; film, thin layer, coat or become coated with layer, cursory look, embezzle, give little or no attention to, glance through a book or paper, hide profits to avoid ...||skim|
|application of enamel, enamelwork, surface coated with enamel||enameling|
|apply bright shiny surface to something, coat something with enamel, coat with enamel, cover with a smooth and glossy coating (for ornament or protection); lacquer, glaze, glassy decorative or protective coating, hard layer on tooth crown, paint with a...||enamel|
|baked sweet flour-based food, block of something, congeal; coat (as with a layer of mud); become coated; shape into a compact mass; be shaped into a compact mass, form crust on something, form into a cake, shaped portion of savory food, sweet baked foo...||cake|
|ball of candy-coated chewing gum||gumball|
|be good for filming, coated strip for taking pictures, cover with a thin layer, cover with a thin layer; be covered with a thin layer; record a motion picture, make a motion picture, make movie of something, motion pictures collectively, movie industry...||film|
|be similar to, example to others, glass for reflecting an image, highly reflective surface, polished surface coated with glass that reflects an image; looking glass; reflection, reflect in surface, reflect image, something accurately reproducing someth...||mirror|
|become coated with ice||ice up|
|beware, caution (Old English), ceramics, items made of the same material or for the same purpose (e.g. silverware, metalware, software); pottery, earthenware, marketable skills, similar things, store; be aware, things for sale, wary||ware|
|candy (fruit, etc.); coat with sugar, sugared; sugar coated; smooth, glossy||glace|
|candy, sweet, sugar-coated nut or seed||comfit|
|cellulose acetate, derivative of acetic acid, product containing acetate, salt or ester of acetic acid (Chemistry); fabric made of acetate fibers; sheet of clear plastic film; phonographic disk made of or coated with acetate; fire-resistant material us...||acetate|
|central part of Earth, cover something, cover with a mantle, wrap in a cloak; hide, conceal; spread across or over; blush; be coated, covering, feathers, flush, mantel, pallium, shell-producing gland, sleeveless cape or cloak; covering, something which...||mantle|
|Chinese dynasty (1122-221 BC); chow chow, short heavy-set dog of Chinese origin; food (Slang), chow-chow, thick-coated dog with purplish tongue||chow|
|clear and resonant, like silver, made of or coated with silver or a material that resembles silver; resembling silver; having a clear ringing sound||silvery|
|cloisonné work, decorated with pattern of enamel||cloisonné|
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