candyman


Also found in: Medical, Wikipedia.

candyman

(ˈkændɪˌmæn)
n
a drug-dealer, esp one who targets young people
References in periodicals archive ?
73sec) and Candyman Can in a semi-final of the Red Mills/Frightful Flash Kennels Unraced (28.
99 THE BYE BYE MAN 15 A PSYCHOLOGICAL horror in the vein of 1992 hit Candyman.
9 You are proud to be a Geordie but would be hard-pressed to give the meanings of traditional North East words oxters, gissy, ligannies and candyman.
Henshall There is also a slick tribute to The Rat Pack with numbers like Luck Be a Lady, The Candyman and That's Life.
Included in the long list of winners were Emma Langdon in the ridden championship category, Ellie Crowther in the under 10s child handler and Elise Freeth on Candyman in open jumping.
These new machines have LCD screens that can display ads to help district maximize revenues, says Andre Bramwell, owner of Candyman Vending Service, a Houston-based company that serves 22 schools.
But it backfired and now the Candyman, who says he never wanted to frighten anyone, has agreed to stop the calls.
The concert will feature songs and tunes such as The Fiery Clock Fyece, Hexhamshire Lass and The Travelling Candyman, and is one of the first events of the Festival of the North East.
The lyrics of 'Candyman' are written in the style of a horrific fairy tale warning children about the enticements of the candyman.
The Sisters finished with an energetic performance of Beyonce's Crazy in Love and on encore Christina Aguilera's raucous Candyman.