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candy cane

n.
A usually striped stick of peppermint candy with the top curved to resemble a walking cane.
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Noun1.candy cane - a hard candy in the shape of a rod (usually with stripes)candy cane - a hard candy in the shape of a rod (usually with stripes)
candy, confect - a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts
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He wore a silk hat and carried a candy cane prettily striped with red and yellow.
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Candy canes add a sweet and creative flair to holiday decorating on a dime.
The new collection comprises of candy canes, Christmas trees, and other confectioneries, with the Candy Cane Christmas Tree being the highlight of the collection.
Legendary for its lavish Christmas decorations, the Woodland Hills neighborhood has once again festooned front yards with 2-foot candy canes, giant gingerbread houses and animated reindeer to the delight of thousands who make an annual pilgrimage.
Hensinger that the school acted constitutionally in preventing a fifth-grade student from distributing candy canes accompanied by proselytizing messages.
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I then demonstrate how two candy canes are drawn near each side of the paper, making sure they don't touch the edges.
John does more than just sell candy; he explains the story of why candy canes are being made as a symbol of Christmas.
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