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- adj. sort of or somewhat sweet.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Somewhat sweet.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. somewhat sweet
When it is down to 90° F. or 70° F., if the manure has a "sweetish" or
At least I still remember how to make my grandmother's infamous "sweetish" meatballs.
Back then, I made enough "sweetish" meatballs and deviled eggs to feed a traveling carnival.
It is not that he doesn't love The Chaser and the edgy modern British television sitcoms like Blackbooks, Bottom, Extras, The Office ... it's just that, if he's the one who's going to be spreading the laughs around, he wants them to be "sweetish".
"Yes, sir, the last thing was this here lady professional, getting up stern and kind of sweetish sad in her low-cut black dress to sing the song of songs.
There is just the one beer on draft, Berliner Kindl Pils 4.6%, a very light, straw-gold lager from BKS, a drinkable pilsner with a sweetish, vanilla malt character, if perhaps lacking a little bitterness in the finish.
I was vividly reminded that this historically significant California grape comes in a remarkable variety of styles -- from "white" Zins, which are really sweetish blush rosés; to raspberry and spicy flavored medium-bodied reds with a touch of pepper; to heavy-bodied, black-fruited, raisiny and pruney wines; all the way to very sweet late harvest and "port-style" Zins.
Patients who needed urgent surgery four days after the quake with the sweetish fetid smell of infected open wounds everywhere in the air.
Actually its a shot of Blue Curacao and it DOES changes its flavor to a sweetish kindda disgusting taste …
These people generally do not like spicy food and prepare everything which should be spicy in a sweetish way.
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