Having a pleasant taste, especially one relating to the basic taste sensation induced by sugar. (adjective)
Having a taste of sugar. (adjective)
Containing a sweetening ingredient. (adjective)
Retaining a portion of sugar. (adjective)
Not having a salty taste. (adjective)
Having a pleasant smell. (adjective)
Not decaying, fermented, rancid, sour, spoiled, or stale. (adjective)
Having a pleasant sound. (adjective)
Having a pleasing disposition. (adjective)
Having a helpful disposition. (adjective)
Free from excessive unwanted substances like acid or sulphur. (adjective)
Very pleasing; agreeable. (adjective)
Romantically fixated, enamored (followed by with), fond (followed by of). (adjective)
In a sweet manner. (adverb)
The basic taste sensation induced by sugar. (noun)
A confection made from sugar, or high in sugar content; a candy. (noun)
A food eaten for dessert. (noun)
Examples of word sweet
Rosa, Coretta…I hear you girls singing in the Choir today..sweet sweet music..continuing your work from up there..
With sweet almonds always use a small portion of bitter; without them, _sweet_ almonds have little or no taste, though they add to the richness of the cake.
I love the decorations, the cute costumes, and all of the sweet treats ... it was definitely a holiday invented for those with a * sweet* tooth (that's totally me!).
Dear Mother Bonnivel, is it wicked that I can't be sad and regretful, but that the freedom is so sweet -- _so sweet_? "
Opposite, another young lawyer, Eugene Fort, was saying preternaturally bright things to Tiny, who lifted her sweet orbs at intervals and remarked: "How _dreadfully_ clever you are, Mr. Fort; I am _so_ afraid of you!" or "How _sweet_ of you to think I am worth all those _real_ epigrams!