noun বিশেষ্য পদ

Barley-sugar meaning in assamese


  • Definition

    a brittle transparent candy made by melting and cooling cane sugar

    বেতৰ চেনি গলি ঠাণ্ডা কৰি তৈয়াৰ কৰা ভংগুৰ স্বচ্ছ মিঠাই

  • Synonyms

    barley candy (বাৰ্লি কেণ্ডি)

adjective বিশেষণ পদ

Barley-sugar meaning in assamese


  • Definitions

    1. very sweet; harmless.

    অতি মিঠা; নিৰাপদ।

  • Examples:
    1. I shall write to you tomorrow on a subject which I have not now time to discuss. This I declare now because I like to excite your curiosity, and to delay gratifying it. I am a sweet chicken ! ! ! You ought to think me the most barley-sugar daughter in the creation!

    2. In the apartment of the Abate a few pictures remain, but none of first order : one or two Carlo Dolces served to strengthen our opinion of his being one of the most barley-sugar painters of the Italian schools.

    3. Well, the little dog barked on furiously, that is for a barley-sugar dog; and, after rolling themselves in the grass to get rid of the load of jam and cream on their clothes, they managed to get up and run on.

  • 2. twisted helically.

    হেলিকেলি পেচোৱা।

  • Examples:
    1. Chair-backs were very straight and no time was wasted on carving. This severe discipline prepared English craftsmen for their great period. After a slight relapse under Charles II into rather frivolous forms — very barley-sugar, but discreet

    2. Kate's living room was simply furnished with a large damask-covered sofa that had seen better days, a folding table with barley sugar legs and a couple of upright chairs.

    3. So they left the remains of Fosdyke and walked across the road and through the old church, restored in the eighteenth century, which had barley-sugar pillars and theatrical red curtains backlit by the sun.

    4. Suppose that, initially, the barley-sugar aerials are twisted in such a sense that the polar diagram of each has its maximum north of the zenith.

    5. The barley-sugar columns, carved in spiral channels with alternating bands of vine ornament, exist to this day though moved from their original site.