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noun: A sugar paste that’s molded into shapes and figures for decorating cakes, etc.
From French pastillage (a small figure made of sugar), from pastille (lozenge), from Spanish pastilla (candy), from Latin pasta (dough). Earliest documented use: 1883.
“A wedding cake, covered in a soft ivory fondant, and a series of pale pink camellias, beautifully formed out of pastillage.”
Linda W. Yezak; Cat Lady’s Secret; Harbourlight; 2014.
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