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v.
1.coat with something sweet, such as a hard sugar glaze
2.cause to appear more pleasant or appealing

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    pique (someone's) interest/curiosity
    arouse interest or curiosity
    The conversation with the filmmaker piqued my interest and I began to watch his movies.



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