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  • adj. comparative form of sweet: more sweet


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  • Mrs. There was no harm in the accustomed title, to his taste; but she disliking it, he did the same, on her special behalf; and the prospect, funereally draped, of a title sweeter-sounding to her ears, was above his horizon.

    Diana of the Crossways — Volume 5

  • The lesser amount of water could account for what some called a sweeter flavor and it could be the reason that the organic strawberries lasted longer on the shelves.

    More proof: Organic matters

  • But what made it sweeter, is that they had taken action.


  • Allah, sweeter is than friend who is of pardon fain.

    The Book of The Thousand Nights And A Night

  • But how much sweeter is that coffee now that Sadaam is not in power?

    Think Progress » With “Last Throes” Debunked, Rice Unveils “The Latte Defense”

  • What makes his selection sweeter is he gets to play on the same All-Star team with his older brother Pavel.

    Bure brothers finally on the same team

  • In our hearts we feel that there is a word sweeter than mother, home, or heaven.

    History of Woman Suffrage, Volume III (of III)

  • So, here and now, I say to my autograph admirers, from New York to San Francisco, whenever you see "There is a word sweeter than Mother, Home, or Heaven -- that word is Liberty," remember it belongs to Matilda Joslyn Gage.

    Eighty Years and More; Reminiscences 1815-1897

  • He finds the word sweeter, the accent of which he has already learned to be on the first syllable, sweet.


  • Won by the animation of her manner, Manuel forgot his misgivings and played his part with boyish spirit, hovering about his stately wife as no assiduous maid had ever done; for every flower was fastened with a word sweeter than itself, the white arms kissed as the ornaments went on, and when the silken knots were deftly accomplished, the lighthearted bridegroom performed a little dance of triumph about his idol, till she arrested him, beckoning as she spoke.

    Pauline's Passion and Punishment

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