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- adj. Not sweet.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not sweet, in any sense.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. distasteful
- adj. (of champagne) moderately dry
I would also say, "unsweet," but with the proviso that the buttermilk he insists upon for the cornbread requires a pinch (and if you're from the South, you know what a pinch is, if you're not, it requires a Southern grandmother to show you) of sugar.
But, seriously, Mr. Page, what is the matter with "unsweet"?
Other posters have made the point that McDonalds sells unsweet iced tea.
Grace knows her parents will allow her participation in Dipo, based on the exchange she and Mama had earlier in the day when the two were sharing some unsweet “sweet bread.”
We eat the meat of his kill, and it tastes unsweet.
I didn't think sweet cornbread was a Yankee thing, just another option like sweet or unsweet tea.
In the South, you shouln't have to even indicate sweet or unsweet.
I prefer my cake a bit on the unsweet side but this is ridiculous.
One nice big cup of coffee in the morning and then a half (sweet) and half (unsweet) tea later in the day.
The prettiest little brick city, the pleasantest little park to ride in, the neatest comfortable people walking about, the canals not unsweet, and busy and picturesque with old-world life.
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