|sugar substitute||artificial sweetener|
|(from French) nut or fruit that is coated with sugar; silver-coated candy bead used for cake decorations; sugar-coated medicated candy||dragee|
|(Informal) substitute; submarine; subordinate; sublieutenant, a substitute, pref. under, beneath, below; secondary, subordinate; indicating that an ingredient in a compound is present in only a small proportion (Chemistry), prep. under, replace, act as...||sub|
|(Medicine) type I diabetes mellitus, chronic condition in which the beta cells of the pancreatic islets produce little or no insulin (patients must regularly inject insulin to control blood sugar)||IDD (insulin-dependent diabetes)|
|, , vegetable, sugar pea||snow pea|
|a trademark for a cocktail of bourbon, bitters, Pernod, and sugar, with a twist of lemon||Sazerac|
|a trademark for a cookie made with flour, brown sugar, chocolate chips, and often chopped nuts||Toll-House|
|a trademark for a synthetic water-resistant substitute for leather, used in the making of shoes||Corfam|
|able to function as a substitute, acting as substitute||substitutive|
|abnormally high level of blood sugar (Medicine), too much sugar in blood||hyperglycemia|
|accompaniment, copied, copying, copying of data in order for retrieval in the event of a malfunction (Computers); substitute; reserve, spare, overflow, providing musical accompaniment, reinforcements, security copy, substitute or reserve, support, supp...||backup|
|act as substitute hitter, substitute for||pinch-hit|
|act as substitute, one who comes to change the place of a permanent worker that has left temporarily||stand in|
|act of sprinkling, distribute small amounts of, give out in small amounts, light rain, light rain; small amount, handful, rain very slightly, scatter or be scattered throughout things, disperse; spray; fall lightly, drizzle (about rain), sugar particle...||sprinkle|
|acting as a substitute or replacement, appoint as a stand-in, kind of judge, substitute authority figure, act in place of another; carry a fetus for another woman; act as a substitute parent, substitute; surrogate mother, woman who voluntarily carries ...||surrogate|
|ad-lib, extemporize, make up on the spur of the moment, perform without advance preparation, make something up on the spot, substitute||improvise|
|add sugar to something, make sugar, portion of sugar||sugar|
|add sugar to wine||chaptalize|
|adenosine triphosphate, adenosine triphosphate; form of stored energy in organisms that is composed of a nucleotide with ribose sugar and three phosphates (Biology), organic chemical compound||ATP|
|alcoholic beverage distilled from sugar-cane products, bizarre, liquor, liquor made from sugar cane, strange, weird, unusual (British)||rum|
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