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Synonyms for Sweet

Synonyms for Sweet

Synonyms for Sweet

English phonetician

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the taste experience when sugar dissolves in the mouth

the property of tasting as if it contains sugar

having or denoting the characteristic taste of sugar

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having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub

pleasing to the ear

pleasing to the senses

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pleasing to the mind or feeling

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having a natural fragrance

(used of wines) having a high residual sugar content

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not containing or composed of salt water

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not soured or preserved

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with sweetening added

in an affectionate or loving manner ('sweet' is sometimes a poetic or informal variant of 'sweetly')

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It was this trend that, four years ago, led Pilgrims Choice to ask its cheese suppliers to develop a sweeter mature Cheddar.
Paul Jones, strawberry buyer for Tesco, said: "The unexpected great weather means an abundance of top quality, sweeter than normal English strawberries - of the standard normally associated with Wimbledon fortnight".
Cweet is an extract of the African brazzeana fruit that is 1,000 times sweeter than sucrose by weight and has a taste profile very close to that of sucrose.
It is definitely sweeter than a grape tomato with a Brix level of nine to 11.
Riesling can come in two styles, one sweeter, one drier.
The thing about Sweeter Than the Day is, it seems to be relatively outside of `obscure' music," the Seattle pianist says.
The Weanie Beanie is just 15 centimetres long and is said to be sweeter and less stringy than longer beans.
A sweetener, in particular saccharin, is 300 times sweeter than cane sugar, giving you a sweeter tooth.
The bagged salad section of your grocery store comes to the rescue: baby spinach is sweeter and milder tasting than fresh or frozen spinach.
Today, 55 percent of the sweetener used in manufacturing (I use that word consciously) foods is high-fructose corn syrup because it is sweeter and cheaper.
The company's rice is noticeably sweeter than normal, which may be a side-effect of the secret additives or an intentional gambit to court foreign customers with sweeter palates, or a combination of both.
It would be easy enough to call these objects eye candy, but they are much sweeter and more complex than that.
Comer's Maggie's American Dream, Adele Logan Alexander's Homelands and Waterways, Shirlee Taylor Haizlip's The Sweeter the Juice and Stephen Ball's Slaves in the Family (see below "Alex Haley's Literary Children" for more information on these titles).
Partly this is because of the further reading that it seems to require rather than doing for us; partly it is for lack of the clear narrative one expects of the book after the thesis, when the author recasts a neater, sweeter picture.
As for Summer's ambivalence about the burbs, Paige's loneliness amid her Hellish suburban surroundings makes her salvation all the sweeter.