Webster's Dictionary 1828
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CONFECTION, noun [Latin , to make.]
1. Any thing prepared with sugar, as fruit; a sweetmeat; something preserved.
2. A composition or mixture.
3. A soft electuary.
First Occurrence in the Bible(KJV): Exodus 30:35