Definition of candy apple in English:

candy apple

Syllabification: can·dy ap·ple

noun

North American
1An apple coated with a thin layer of cooked sugar or caramel and fixed on a stick.
More example sentences
  • He took out a candy apple and gave it to Zaria.
  • The vocals smack of sweetness and light while the guitars as are as crunchy as a candy apple.
  • It's so good, just like the candy apples at the fair, except with caramel.
1.1 (also candy-apple red) A bright red color.
More example sentences
  • I was searching, fruitlessly, for a VW bus that didn't smell like pot or conk out on the test drive, when I happened upon an incredible, candy-apple red Karmann Ghia.
  • Pippen's candy-apple red Nikes were so ugly even usually mild-mannered David Robinson winced and asked, ‘When are you going to take those things off?’
  • There was Haran, in a brand new, candy-apple red Corvett.

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