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sweet [ swi:t] a.甜的;愉快的

sweet [swi:t] n.糖a.甜的,可爱,亲切的

Sweet Chestnut 甜粟

Sweet Potato 甘薯

humble 恭顺的
humorous 幽默的
impartial 公正的
independent 有主见的
industrious 勤奋的
ingenious 有独创性的
initiative 首创精神
have an inquiring mind 爱动脑筋
intellective 有智力的
intelligent 理解力强的
inventive 有发明才能的,有创造力的
just 正直的
kind-hearted 好心的
knowledgeable 有见识的
learned 精通某门学问的
liberal 心胸宽大的
logical 条理分明的
loyal 忠心耿耿的
methodical 有方法的
modest 谦虚的
motivated 目的明确的
objective 客观的
open-minded 虚心的
orderly 守纪律的
original 有独创性的
painstaking 辛勤的,苦干的,刻苦的
practical 实际的
precise 一丝不苟的
persevering 不屈不挠的
punctual 严守时刻的
purposeful 意志坚强的
qualified 合格的
rational 有理性的
realistic 实事求是的
reasonable 讲道理的
reliable 可信赖的
responsible 负责的
self-conscious 自觉的
selfless 无私的
sensible 明白事理的
sincere 真诚的
smart 精明的
spirited 生气勃勃的
sporting 光明正大的
steady 塌实的
straightforward 老实的
strict 严格的
systematic 有系统的
strong-willed 意志坚强的
sweet-tempered 性情温和的
temperate 稳健的
tireless 孜孜不倦的

汤圆 Tang-yuan; dumplings made of sweet rice, rolled into balls and stuffed with either sweet or spicy fillings

什锦糖 assorted candies - sweet and fortune

花生糖 peanut candy - sweet

sweet 替人设想的
A: I knew you couldn't make it last night so I've got some of the food from the party saved up for you.
A: 我知道你昨晚不能来, 所以我把聚会吃的东西留了一些起来给你。
B: You did? Oh! That's so sweet of you, Carol.
B: 真的啊? Carol, 妳真是太好了!
- 形容一个人的心地好的字眼常用的有像"nice"、"kind"等等。
"sweet" 这个字可以用在男或女的身上。 当我们说"She's a very sweet person."
就是来形容这个人的个性中有喜欢替别人设想的特质。

饭 类
稀饭     Rice porridge
白饭     Plain white rice
油饭     Glutinous oil rice
糯米饭    Glutinous rice
卤肉饭    Braised pork rice
蛋炒饭    Fried rice with egg
地瓜粥    Sweet potato congee

汤 类
鱼丸汤    Fish ball soup
貢丸汤    Meat ball soup
蛋花汤    Egg & vegetable soup
蛤蜊汤    Clams soup
牡蛎汤    Oyster soup
紫菜汤    Seaweed soup
酸辣汤    Sweet & sour soup
馄饨汤    Wonton soup
猪肠汤    Pork intestine soup
肉羹汤    Pork thick soup
鱿鱼汤    Squid soup
花枝羹    Squid thick soup

冰 类
绵绵冰    Mein mein ice
麦角冰    Oatmeal ice
地瓜冰    Sweet potato ice
紅豆牛奶冰  Red bean with milk ice
八宝冰    Eight treasures ice
豆花     Tofu pudding

sweet

sweet-tempered 性情温和的

Ice helps to keep food sweet.
冰能保持食物新鲜。

A sweet and innocent compliance is the cement of love.
温柔天真的依从是爱情的粘合剂。

even-tempered 性情平和的
mild-tempered 温和的
hot- / quick- / short-tempered 脾气急躁的
sweet-tempered 性情温柔的
moody-tempered 喜怒无常的
good-tempered 好脾气的
bad- / ill-tempered 坏脾气的

How sweet the music sounds!
这音乐听起来多悦耳!

He has tasted the sweets and bitters of life.他已尝遍了人生的甜酸苦辣。

I can't help eating sweets whenever they are in my presence.我无论什么时候一看到甜食就忍不住要吃。

The dish tastes a bit sweet.
这菜有点儿甜味。

The dentist told the boy not to eat too many sweets.
牙医告诫这男孩不要吃太多糖果。

晚安。
Good night.
Good night. (晚安。)
Sweet dreams. (做个好梦。)

做个好梦。
Sweet dreams! *该句和Good night!一起用于就寝前。一般人均可使用,特别多用于父母对子女。
Sweet dreams! (做个好梦。)
Don't let the bedbugs bite. (晚安。) *bedbugs “臭虫”,直译是“别让臭虫咬了。”但现在没有这种意思,只是睡觉前常用的表达方式之一。
Have pleasant dreams.

你真好。
You're sweet.
You're so kind.

我爱吃甜食。
I have a sweet tooth. *have a sweet tooth 直译是“有甜牙”,实际意思是“爱吃甜食”。
You like sweets, don't you? (你爱吃甜食,是吗?)
Yeah, I have a sweet tooth. (是的,我爱吃甜食。)
I love sweets. (我特喜欢吃甜的。)

我是个酒鬼。
I prefer wine to sweets. *直译是“比起甜东西来我更爱喝酒”。
I prefer savory to sweet. (比起甜的来我更爱吃辣的。)

终于到了。
Here we are at last. *Here we are. 是固定短语,表示“到了”。
Here we are at last. (终于到了。)
Home sweet home. (还是自己的家好!)
We've finally arrived.

By the side of sickness health becomes sweet.
和疾病相比较,才显得健康的可贵。

Forbidden fruit is sweet.
禁果分外甜。

He deserves not the sweet that will not taste the sour.
吃过苦头,才配享受。

He who has not tasted bitter knows not what sweet is.
不吃苦中苦,哪知甜中甜。

Honey is sweet, but the bee stings.
蜜糖是甜的,但蜜蜂会螫人。

Life is sweet.
生命是甜美的。

Love is a sweet torment.
爱情是一种甜蜜的折磨。

Love is a sweet tyranny, because the lover endures his torment willingly.
爱情是甜蜜的虐政,情人心甘情愿地受它的折磨。

Love is sweet in the beginning but sour in the ending.
爱情始甜而终苦。

No sweat, no sweet.
不劳则无获。

No sweet without some sweat.
不劳则无获。

Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.
忍耐是苦痛的,但它的果实是甜蜜的。

Soft fire makes sweet malt.
慢工出细活。

Sweet discourse makes short days and nights.
言语投机恨时短。

That which was bitter to endure may be sweet to remember.
苦楚往日难忍受,记起也许甜心头。

Who has never tasted bitter, knows not what is sweet.
不尝黄连苦,怎知蜂蜜甜。

Work has a bitter root but sweet fruit.
劳动根虽苦,然而果实甜。

I have a sweet tooth.
我喜欢吃甜食。

Patience is bitter, but its fruit is sweet.
Jean Jacques Rousseau,French thinker
忍耐是痛苦的,但它的果实是甜蜜的。
法国思想家卢梭.J.J

The fly that sips treacle is lost in the sweet.
John Gay, British dramatist and plet
啜饮密糖的苍蝇在甜蜜中丧生。
英国剧作家、诗人盖伊.J.

In delay there lies no plenty, Then come kiss me ,sweet and twenty, Youth's a stuff that will not endure.
Willian Shakespeare, British dramatist
迁延蹉跎,来日无多,二十丽姝,请来吻我,衰草枯杨,青春易过。
英国剧作家莎士比亚.W.'

Is life so dear, or peace so sweet, as to be purchased at the price of chains and slavery? Forbid it, Almighty God! -- I know not what course others may take; but as for me, give me liberty, or give me death!
Patrick Henry. Americna revolutionary
难道生命如此宝贵,和平如此甜美,以至于不惜以枷锁和奴役为代价去换取它们吗?万能的上帝,请千万别让这种事情发生。——我不知道别人会走什么路,但是就我而言,不自由,毋宁死!
美国革命家亨利.P.

Sweet are the uses of adversity.
William Shakspeare,British Playwriter
苦尽甘来。
英国剧作家莎士比亚W

Have no doubts because of trouble nor be thou discomtited; for the water of life's fountain springeth from a gloom bed.…
Sit not sad because that time a fitful aspect weareth; Patience is most bitter , yet most sweet the fruit it bearth.
Sadi , Perisian poet
你虽然在困苦中也不惴惴不安,
从暗处往往流出生命之泉。……
不要因为时运不济而郁郁寡欢,忍耐虽然最痛苦,
其果实也最香甜。
波斯诗人萨迪

The roots of education are bitter, but the fruit is sweet.
Aristtle, Ancient Greek Philosopher 
教育的根是苦的,但其果实是甜的。
古希腊哲学家亚里士多德

What is in a name ?That which we call a rose by any other name would smell and sweet.
William Shakespeare, British dramatist 
名字有什么关系?把玫瑰花叫做别的名称,它还是照样芳香。
英国剧作家莎士比亚W 

- turn someone's stomach 令人作呕
Her sweet voice turned my stomach.

- to sweet-talk someone into (out of ) doing...甜言蜜语地让某人做(不做)……
The accountant sweet-talked the boss out of checking her account.

爱人 sweetie; hon; honey; jo; lass; leman; lover; sweet heart; sweetheart; truelove; deary

白薯 [bái shǔ] /sweet potato/

甘 [gān] /(surname)/sweet/

红薯 [hóng shǔ] /sweet potato/

醴 [lǐ] /sweet wine/

麦芽糖 [mài yá táng] /maltose (sweet syrup)/

糖 [táng] /sugar/sweets/candy/

糖醋 [táng cù] /sweet-and-sour/

甜 [tián] /sweet/

甜蜜 [tián mì] /sweet/honey/

喜糖 [xǐ táng] /sweet given on a happy occasion (esp. wedding)/

香 [xiāng] /fragrant/incense/(of food) savory/appetizing/sweet/scented/popular/

酏 [yí] /elixirs/sweet wine/

元宵 [yuán xiāo] /sweet dumplings made of glutinous rice flour/

{adj: Rhenish} of or relating to the Rhine River and the lands adjacent to it
"Rhenish wines tend to be sweet"

{adj: ambrosial, ambrosian, nectarous} extremely pleasing to the taste; sweet and fragrant
"a nectarous drink"
"ambrosial food"

{adj: angelic, angelical, cherubic, seraphic, sweet} having a sweet nature befitting an angel or cherub
"an angelic smile"
"a cherubic face"
"looking so seraphic when he slept"
"a sweet disposition"

{adj: bygone, bypast, departed, foregone, gone} well in the past; former
"bygone days"
"dreams of foregone times"
"sweet memories of gone summers"
"relics of a departed era"

{adj: cloying, saccharine, syrupy, treacly} overly sweet

{adj: doped, drugged, narcotized, narcotised} under the influence of narcotics
"knocked out by doped wine"
"a drugged sleep"
"were under the effect of the drugged sweets"
"in a stuperous narcotized state"

{adj: dry} (of liquor) having a low residual sugar content because of decomposition of sugar during fermentation
"a dry white burgundy"
"a dry Bordeaux"
<-> sweet

{adj: dulcet, honeyed, mellifluous, mellisonant, sweet} pleasing to the ear
"the dulcet tones of the cello"

{adj: embedded} enclosed firmly in a surrounding mass
"found pebbles embedded in the silt"
"stone containing many embedded fossils"
"peach and plum seeds embedded in a sweet edible pulp"

{adj: fresh, sweet, unfermented} not soured or preserved
"sweet milk"

{adj: fresh, sweet} not containing or composed of salt water
"fresh water"
<-> salty

{adj: gratifying, sweet} pleasing to the mind or feeling
"sweet revenge"

{adj: little} small in a way that arouses feelings (of tenderness or its opposite depending on the context)
"a nice little job"
"bless your little heart"
"my dear little mother"
"a sweet little deal"
"I'm tired of your petty little schemes"
"filthy little tricks"
"what a nasty little situation"

{adj: odoriferous, odorous, perfumed, scented, sweet, sweet-scented, sweet-smelling} having a natural fragrance
"odoriferous spices"
"the odorous air of the orchard"
"the perfumed air of June"
"scented flowers"

{adj: pure} (used of persons or behaviors) having no faults; sinless
"I felt pure and sweet as a new baby"- Sylvia Plath
"pure as the driven snow"
<-> impure

{adj: short and sweet} dealt with very quickly; to the point
"the conference was short and sweet"
"make your statement short and sweet"

{adj: sour} having a sharp biting taste
<-> sweet

{adj: sugared, sweetened, sweet, sweet-flavored} with sweetening added

{adj: sweet-breathed} having breath or breath as specified

{adj: sweet-faced} having a pleasing face or one showing a sweet disposition
"a sweet-faced child"

{adj: sweetish} somewhat sweet

{adj: sweet} (used of wines) having a high residual sugar content
"sweet dessert wines"
<-> dry

{adj: sweet} having or denoting the characteristic taste of sugar
<-> sour

{adj: sweet} pleasing to the senses
"the sweet song of the lark"
"the sweet face of a child"

{adj: unpainted} not having makeup on
"her sweet unpainted face"
<-> painted

{adj: unsweetened} not made sweet

{adv: caressingly} in a gentle or caressing manner
"His voice was caressingly sweet"

{adv: cloyingly} in an overly sweet manner

{adv: however} in whatever way or manner
"Victory, however it was brought about, was sweet"
"however he did it, it was very clever"

{adv: lusciously, deliciously, scrumptiously} so as to produce a delightful taste
"I bought some more of these deliciously sweet peaches"

{adv: sweetly, sweet} in an affectionate or loving manner (`sweet' is sometimes a poetic or informal variant of `sweetly')
"Susan Hayward plays the wife sharply and sweetly"
"how sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank"- Shakespeare
"talking sweet to each other"

{n: Acorus, genus Acorus} sweet flags; sometimes placed in subfamily Acoraceae

{n: American chestnut, American sweet chestnut, Castanea dentata} large tree found from Maine to Alabama

{n: American elder, black elderberry, sweet elder, Sambucus canadensis} common elder of central and eastern North America bearing purple-black berries; fruit used in wines and jellies

{n: Balder, Baldr} (Norse mythology) god of light and peace and noted for his beauty and sweet nature; son of Odin and Frigg and husband of Nanna; killed by Hoth

{n: Belgian waffle} thick sweet waffle often eaten with ice cream or fruit sauce

{n: Bemisia, genus Bemisia} sweet-potato whitefly

{n: Blue Mountain tea, sweet goldenrod, Solidago odora} goldenrod of eastern America having aromatic leaves from which a medicinal tea is made

{n: Canary wine} a sweet white wine from the Canary Islands

{n: Carolina allspice, strawberry shrub, strawberry bush, sweet shrub, Calycanthus floridus} hardy shrub of southeastern United States having clove-scented wood and fragrant red-brown flowers

{n: Carver, George Washington Carver} United States botanist and agricultural chemist who developed many uses for peanuts and soy beans and sweet potatoes (1864-1943)

{n: Chimonanthus, genus Chimonanthus} small genus of Asian deciduous or evergreen shrubs having fragrant flowers: winter sweet

{n: Chinese chestnut, Castanea mollissima} a small tree with small sweet nuts; wild or naturalized in Korea and China

{n: Clethra, genus Clethra} type and sole genus of the Clethraceae; deciduous shrubs or small trees: white alder, summer-sweet

{n: Comptonia, genus Comptonia} one species: sweet fern

{n: Convolvulaceae, family Convolvulaceae, morning-glory family} morning glory; bindweed; sweet potato; plants having trumpet-shaped flowers and a climbing or twining habit

{n: Delicious} variety of sweet eating apples

{n: Drambuie} a sweet Scotch whisky liqueur

{n: Dubonnet} (trademark) a sweet aromatic French wine (red or white) used chiefly as an apertif

{n: European chestnut, sweet chestnut, Spanish chestnut, Castanea sativa} wild or cultivated throughout southern Europe, northwestern Africa and southwestern Asia

{n: French pastry} sweet filled pastry made of especially puff paste

{n: Golden Delicious, Yellow Delicious} a sweet eating apple with yellow skin

{n: Jaffa orange} sweet almost seedless orange of Israel

{n: Japan allspice, Japanese allspice, winter sweet, Chimonanthus praecox} deciduous Japanese shrub cultivated for its fragrant yellow flowers

{n: Jerusalem thorn, horsebean, Parkinsonia aculeata} large shrub or shrubby tree having sharp spines and pinnate leaves with small deciduous leaflets and sweet-scented racemose yellow-orange flowers; grown as ornamentals or hedging or emergency food for livestock; tropical America but naturalized in southern United States

{n: Lobularia, genus Lobularia} sweet alyssum

{n: Marsala} dark sweet or semisweet dessert wine from Sicily

{n: May wine} a punch made of Moselle and sugar and sparkling water or champagne flavored with sweet woodruff

{n: Oktoberfest, Octoberfest} a strong lager made originally in Germany for the Oktoberfest celebration; sweet and copper-colored

{n: Petasites, genus Petasites} genus of rhizomatous herbs of north temperate regions: butterbur; sweet coltsfoot

{n: Red Delicious} a sweet eating apple with bright red skin; most widely grown apple worldwide

{n: Riesling} fragrant dry or sweet white wine from the Rhine valley or a similar wine from California

{n: Sally Lunn} a flat round slightly sweet teacake usually served hot

{n: Spanish lime, Spanish lime tree, honey berry, mamoncillo, genip, ginep, Melicocca bijuga, Melicocca bijugatus} tropical American tree bearing a small edible fruit with green leathery skin and sweet juicy translucent pulp

{n: Spanish oyster plant, Scolymus hispanicus} a golden thistle of southwestern Europe cultivated for its edible sweet roots and edible leaves and stalks; its yellow flowers are used as a substitute for saffron

{n: Sweet, Henry Sweet} English phonetician; one of the founders of modern phonetics (1845-1912)

{n: Tangier pea, Tangier peavine, Lalthyrus tingitanus} North African annual resembling the sweet pea having showy but odorless flowers

{n: Valencia orange} variety of sweet orange cultivated extensively in Florida and California

{n: Vidalia onion} sweet-flavored onion grown in Georgia

{n: Virginia strawberry, scarlet strawberry, Fragaria virginiana} North American wild strawberry with sweet scarlet fruit; a source of many cultivated strawberries

{n: Western sand cherry, Rocky Mountains cherry, Prunus besseyi} dwarf ornamental shrub of western United States having large black to red and yellow sweet edible fruit

{n: Yquem} a sweet white French wine

{n: almond oil, expressed almond oil, sweet almond oil} pale yellow fatty oil expressed from sweet or bitter almonds

{n: almond, sweet almond, Prunus dulcis, Prunus amygdalus, Amygdalus communis} small bushy deciduous tree native to Asia and North Africa having pretty pink blossoms and highly prized edible nuts enclosed in a hard green hull; cultivated in southern Australia and California

{n: anisette, anisette de Bordeaux} liquorice-flavored usually colorless sweet liqueur made from aniseed

{n: apple} fruit with red or yellow or green skin and sweet to tart crisp whitish flesh

{n: banana} elongated crescent-shaped yellow fruit with soft sweet flesh

{n: barbecue sauce} spicy sweet and sour sauce usually based on catsup or chili sauce

{n: basil, sweet basil} leaves of the common basil; used fresh or dried

{n: beech, beech tree} any of several large deciduous trees with rounded spreading crowns and smooth grey bark and small sweet edible triangular nuts enclosed in burs; north temperate regions

{n: beechnut} small sweet triangular nut of any of various beech trees

{n: bell apple, sweet cup, water lemon, yellow granadilla} the edible yellow fruit of the Jamaica honeysuckle

{n: bell pepper} large bell-shaped sweet pepper in green or red or yellow or orange or black varieties

{n: betaine} a sweet tasting alkaloid that occurs in sugar beets

{n: bing cherry} dark red or blackish sweet cherry

{n: bird pepper, Capsicum frutescens baccatum, Capsicum baccatum} plant bearing very small and very hot oblong red fruits; includes wild forms native to tropical America; thought to be ancestral to the sweet pepper and many hot peppers

{n: bittersweet chocolate, semi-sweet chocolate, dark chocolate} chocolate liquor with cocoa butter and small amounts of sugar and vanilla; lecithin is usually added

{n: blackberry, blackberry bush} bramble with sweet edible black or dark purple berries that usually do not separate from the receptacle

{n: blackberry} large sweet black or very dark purple edible aggregate fruit of any of various bushes of the genus Rubus

{n: blancmange} sweet almond-flavored milk pudding thickened with gelatin or cornstarch; usually molded

{n: blarney, coaxing, soft soap, sweet talk} flattery designed to gain favor

{n: blessed thistle, sweet sultan, Cnicus benedictus} annual of Mediterranean to Portugal having hairy stems and minutely spiny-toothed leaves and large heads of yellow flowers

{n: blueberry} sweet edible dark-blue berries of either low-growing or high-growing blueberry plants

{n: bouquet, fragrance, fragrancy, redolence, sweetness} a pleasingly sweet olfactory property

{n: bread and butter pickle} thinly sliced sweet pickles

{n: brick cheese} semisoft sweet American cheese from whole milk in a brick form

{n: brioche} a light roll rich with eggs and butter and somewhat sweet

{n: brompton stock, Matthiola incana} European plant with racemes of sweet-scented flowers; widely cultivated as an ornamental

{n: bugger all, fuck all, Fanny Adams, sweet Fanny Adams} little or nothing at all
"I asked for a raise and they gave me bugger-all"
"I know sweet Fanny Adams about surgery"

{n: bun, roll} small rounded bread either plain or sweet

{n: butternut squash} buff-colored squash with a long usually straight neck and sweet orange flesh

{n: button pink, Dianthus latifolius} much-branched pink with flowers in clusters; closely related to sweet William

{n: by-and-by} an indefinite time in the future
"he'll get around to it in the sweet by-and-by"

{n: calamus} the aromatic root of the sweet flag used medicinally

{n: candy, confect} a rich sweet made of flavored sugar and often combined with fruit or nuts

{n: canistel, eggfruit} ovoid orange-yellow mealy sweet fruit of Florida and West Indies

{n: catgut, goat's rue, wild sweet pea, Tephrosia virginiana} perennial subshrub of eastern North America having downy leaves yellowish and rose flowers and; source of rotenone

{n: center, centre} the sweet central portion of a piece of candy that is enclosed in chocolate or some other covering

{n: cherub} a sweet innocent baby

{n: chili sauce} tomatoes and onions and peppers (sweet or hot) simmered with vinegar and sugar and various seasonings

{n: chocolate pudding} sweet chocolate flavored custard-like pudding usually thickened with flour rather than eggs

{n: coffeecake, coffee cake} a cake or sweet bread usually served with coffee

{n: common basil, sweet basil, Ocimum basilicum} annual or perennial of tropical Asia having spikes of small white flowers and aromatic leaves; one of the most important culinary herbs; used in salads, casseroles, sauces and some liqueurs

{n: common polypody, adder's fern, wall fern, golden maidenhair, golden polypody, sweet fern, Polypodium vulgare} mat-forming lithophytic or terrestrial fern with creeping rootstocks and large pinnatifid fronds found throughout North America and Europe and Africa and east Asia

{n: confectioner, candymaker} someone who makes candies and other sweets

{n: confectionery} candy and other sweets considered collectively
"the business decided to concentrate on confectionery and soft drinks"

{n: cookie, cooky, biscuit} any of various small flat sweet cakes (`biscuit' is the British term)

{n: cream cheese} soft unripened cheese made of sweet milk and cream

{n: cream soda} sweet carbonated drink flavored with vanilla

{n: creme de cacao} sweet liqueur flavored with vanilla and cacao beans

{n: creme de menthe} sweet green or white mint-flavored liqueur

{n: crepe Suzette} crepes flamed in a sweet orange-and-lemon flavored liqueur sauce

{n: cross bun, hot cross bun} moderately sweet raised roll containing spices and raisins and citron and decorated with a cross-shaped sugar glaze

{n: damask violet, Dame's violet, sweet rocket, Hesperis matronalis} long cultivated herb having flowers whose scent is more pronounced in the evening; naturalized throughout Europe to Siberia and into North America

{n: damson, damson plum} sweet dark purple plum

{n: dangleberry, dangle-berry, Gaylussacia frondosa} huckleberry of the eastern United States with pink flowers and sweet blue fruit

{n: danish, danish pastry} light sweet yeast-raised roll usually filled with fruits or cheese

{n: date palm, Phoenix dactylifera} tall tropical feather palm tree native to Syria bearing sweet edible fruit

{n: date} sweet edible fruit of the date palm with a single long woody seed

{n: dessert wine} still sweet wine often served with dessert or after a meal

{n: dessert, sweet, afters} a dish served as the last course of a meal

{n: dextrose, dextroglucose, grape sugar} an isomer of glucose that is found in honey and sweet fruits

{n: dittany of crete, cretan dittany, crete dittany, hop marjoram, winter sweet, Origanum dictamnus} dwarf aromatic shrub of Crete

{n: dombeya} any of various shrubs or small trees of the genus Dombeya grown for their rounded clusters of exquisite often sweet-scented flowers usually hanging beneath the leaves

{n: dryland blueberry, dryland berry, Vaccinium pallidum} low deciduous shrub of the eastern United States bearing dark blue sweet berries

{n: duck sauce, hoisin sauce} a thick sweet and pungent Chinese condiment

{n: dulciana} the organ stop having a tone of soft sweet string quality

{n: dwarf bilberry, dwarf blueberry, Vaccinium caespitosum} low-growing tufted deciduous shrub of northern and alpine North America having pink to coral-red flowers followed by sweet blue berries

{n: dwarf chinkapin oak, dwarf chinquapin oak, dwarf oak, Quercus prinoides} deciduous shrubby tree of northeastern and central United States having a sweet edible nut and often forming dense thickets

{n: ecstasy, rapture, transport, exaltation, raptus} a state of being carried away by overwhelming emotion
"listening to sweet music in a perfect rapture"- Charles Dickens

{n: edible fruit} edible reproductive body of a seed plant especially one having sweet flesh

{n: elixir} a sweet flavored liquid (usually containing a small amount of alcohol) used in compounding medicines to be taken by mouth in order to mask an unpleasant taste

{n: epergne} a large table centerpiece with branching holders for fruit or sweets or flowers

{n: ethylene glycol, glycol, ethanediol} a sweet but poisonous syrupy liquid used as an antifreeze and solvent

{n: farewell, leave, leave-taking, parting} the act of departing politely
"he disliked long farewells"
"he took his leave"
"parting is such sweet sorrow"

{n: feebleness, tenuity} the quality of lacking intensity or substance
"a shrill yet sweet tenuity of voice"- Nathaniel Hawthorne

{n: fig} fleshy sweet pear-shaped yellowish or purple multiple fruit eaten fresh or preserved or dried

{n: flatfish} sweet lean whitish flesh of any of numerous thin-bodied fish; usually served as thin fillets

{n: fragrant sumac, lemon sumac, Rhus aromatica} sweet-scented sumac of eastern America having ternate leaves and yellowish-green flowers in spikes resembling catkins followed by red hairy fruits

{n: frumenty} sweet spiced porridge made from hulled wheat

{n: gean, mazzard, mazzard cherry} wild or seedling sweet cherry used as stock for grafting

{n: gelatin, jelly} an edible jelly (sweet or pungent) made with gelatin and used as a dessert or salad base or a coating for foods

{n: genip, Spanish lime} round one-inch Caribbean fruit with green leathery skin and sweet juicy translucent pulp; eaten like grapes

{n: genus Capsicum, Capsicum} chiefly tropical perennial shrubby plants having many-seeded fruits: sweet and hot peppers

{n: genus Liquidambar, Liquidambar} sweet gum

{n: genus Melilotus} Old World herbs: the sweet clovers

{n: gin and it} a cocktail made of gin and sweet vermouth

{n: glaze} any of various thin shiny (savory or sweet) coatings applied to foods

{n: globe pepper} round sweet pepper

{n: glyceraldehyde, glyceric aldehyde} a sweet crystalline aldehyde formed by the breakdown of sugars

{n: glycerol, glycerin, glycerine} a sweet syrupy trihydroxy alcohol obtained by saponification of fats and oils

{n: granadilla, sweet granadilla, Passiflora ligularis} considered best for fruit

{n: green pepper} a sweet pepper that becomes red when ripe

{n: greengage, greengage plum} sweet green or greenish-yellow variety of plum

{n: guava, true guava, guava bush, Psidium guajava} small tropical American shrubby tree; widely cultivated in warm regions for its sweet globular yellow fruit

{n: gumwood, gum} wood or lumber from any of various gum trees especially the sweet gum

{n: hardbake} a British sweet made with molasses and butter and almonds

{n: heart cherry, oxheart, oxheart cherry} any of several cultivated sweet cherries having sweet juicy heart-shaped fruits

{n: heart cherry, oxheart, oxheart cherry} large heart-shaped sweet cherry with soft flesh

{n: honey} a sweet yellow liquid produced by bees

{n: huisache, cassie, mimosa bush, sweet wattle, sweet acacia, scented wattle, flame tree, Acacia farnesiana} tropical American thorny shrub or small tree; fragrant yellow flowers used in making perfumery

{n: iodoform, tri-iodomethane} sweet smelling yellow solid haloform CHI3

{n: jimmies, sprinkles} bits of sweet chocolate used as a topping on e.g. ice cream

{n: ketembilla, kitembilla, kitambilla, ketembilla tree, Ceylon gooseberry, Dovyalis hebecarpa} a small shrubby spiny tree cultivated for its maroon-purple fruit with sweet purple pulp tasting like gooseberries; Sri Lanka and India

{n: ketembilla, kitembilla, kitambilla} maroon-purple gooseberry-like fruit of India having tart-sweet purple pulp used especially for preserves

{n: kumquat, cumquat, kumquat tree} any of several trees or shrubs of the genus Fortunella bearing small orange-colored edible fruits with thick sweet-flavored skin and sour pulp

{n: kumquat} small oval citrus fruit with thin sweet rind and very acid pulp

{n: lamb, dear} a sweet innocent mild-mannered person (especially a child)

{n: layer cake} cake having layers held together by a sweet filling and usually covered with frosting

{n: leak fungus, ring rot fungus, Rhizopus stolonifer} fungus causing soft watery rot in fruits and vegetables and rings of dry rot around roots of sweet potatoes

{n: lekvar} a sweet filling made of prunes or apricots

{n: lemon balm, garden balm, sweet balm, bee balm, beebalm, Melissa officinalis} bushy perennial Old World mint having small white or yellowish flowers and fragrant lemon-flavored leaves; a garden escapee in northern Europe and North America

{n: licorice, liquorice, Glycyrrhiza glabra} deep-rooted coarse-textured plant native to the Mediterranean region having blue flowers and pinnately compound leaves; widely cultivated in Europe for its long thick sweet roots

{n: liqueur, cordial} strong highly flavored sweet liquor usually drunk after a meal

{n: litchi, litchi nut, litchee, lichi, leechee, lichee, lychee} Chinese fruit having a thin brittle shell enclosing a sweet jellylike pulp and a single seed; often dried

{n: longan, lungen, longanberry, Dimocarpus longan, Euphorbia litchi, Nephelium longana} tree of southeastern Asia to Australia grown primarily for its sweet edible fruit resembling litchi nuts; sometimes placed in genera Euphorbia or Nephelium

{n: low-bush blueberry, low blueberry, Vaccinium angustifolium, Vaccinium pennsylvanicum} low-growing deciduous shrub of northeastern North America having flowers in compact racemes and bearing sweet dark blue berries

{n: macadamia nut, macadamia nut tree, Macadamia ternifolia} small Australian tree with racemes of pink flowers; widely cultivated (especially in Hawaii) for its sweet edible nuts

{n: macadamia nut} nutlike seed with sweet and crisp white meat

{n: malmsey} sweet Madeira wine

{n: mandarin, mandarin orange, mandarin orange tree, Citrus reticulata} shrub or small tree having flattened globose fruit with very sweet aromatic pulp and thin yellow-orange to flame-orange rind that is loose and easily removed; native to southeastern Asia

{n: manhattan} a cocktail made with whiskey and sweet vermouth with a dash of bitters

{n: manna grass, sweet grass} any of several moisture-loving grasses of the genus Glyceria having sweet flavor or odor

{n: marmalade tree, mammee, sapote, Pouteria zapota, Calocarpum zapota} tropical American tree having wood like mahogany and sweet edible egg-shaped fruit; in some classifications placed in the genus Calocarpum

{n: marshmallow fluff} a very sweet white spread resembling marshmallow candy

{n: medlar} a South African globular fruit with brown leathery skin and pithy flesh having a sweet-acid taste

{n: melilotus, melilot, sweet clover} erect annual or biennial plant grown extensively especially for hay and soil improvement

{n: melon} any of numerous fruits of the gourd family having a hard rind and sweet juicy flesh

{n: meringue} sweet topping especially for pies made of beaten egg whites and sugar

{n: methyl salicylate, birch oil, sweet-birch oil} a liquid ester with a strong odor of wintergreen; applied externally for minor muscle and joint pain

{n: mignonette, sweet reseda, Reseda odorata} Mediterranean woody annual widely cultivated for its dense terminal spikelike clusters greenish or yellowish white flowers having an intense spicy fragrance


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