Word of the day: Treacle

Something sickly sweet, cloying, overly sentimental. [See: romance novels featuring famous actor-slash-model in header image.]

In the UK, it’s a name for molasses.

In archaic English, it also meant a remedy for poison.

Hat tip: Steve Fox of Infoworld.

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