Sug·ar

/ˈSHo͝oɡər/

noun

  1. a sweet crystalline substance obtained from various plants, especially sugar cane and sugar beet, consisting essentially of sucrose, and used as a sweetener in food and drink.

    BIOCHEMISTRY

  2. any of the class of soluble, crystalline, typically sweet-tasting carbohydrates found in living tissues and exemplified by glucose and sucrose.
     

verb​

1. sweeten, sprinkle, or coat with sugar.

"Kelsey absentmindedly sugared Linda's tea"
 

2. make more agreeable or palatable.

"the PaintBox play was delightful because Troy sugared it heavily with funny jokes"