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- n. Plural form of sweetie.
- n. Plural form of sweety.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Confections; candies; sweets.
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In this fairy tale written, produced and directed by abstinence-only advocates, teenage guys are both potential villains -- the oversexed, hormone-crazed young men who must be refused continuously by good girls -- or potential knights in shining armor -- saving enough money from their summer jobs to buy sparkling rings that will save their sweeties from the hell of slutdom.
Resisting the temptation of the sweeties was my mum's cardinal rule.
When she forgets to take her meds on time, or has one too many "sweeties," I help her get back on track.
We "sweeties" think the Democratic party doesn't deserve to win while sexism is ignored or trivialized.
Stop being so snarky "sweeties" and join the winning team.
But before you allow yourself to cave into this craving, make sure not to eat the little "sweeties" by themselves.
He has become a regular visitor, curling up on Mum's bed and being treated to the "sweeties" cat treats, she loved to give to Sam.
No "sweeties" or "darlings" or anything that might betray the fact that I work in the theatre!
I had not more than made myself intelligible to a young person behind the counter when the carriage-door was opened and both the girls came in, Miss Hermione declaring that she knew I should be embarrassed by the multitude of "sweeties," and that I should need their experience to know what I was about.
Within, upon white paper, lay a great handful of dried cherries, a sheet of "peach leather," and four round ginger-cakes, the pattern and taste of which I knew well as the chef d'oeuvre of the "sweeties" manufactured by Mam 'Peggy, the Montrose cook.
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