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- adj. sweet as honey, very sweet
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Sweet as honey.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The meadow-sweet, Spiræa ulmaria.
- Sweet as honey.
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From that day on, I was forever hot on Amr Diab and his unique brand of pop music that would become known as Egyptian el-geel, with its honey-sweet melodic hooks.
I suspect I write differently in the honey-sweet sun and in the raging blizzard.
As the earthy smell of horses blended with her honey-sweet scent, he replaced his finger with his lips, exulting as she opened to him, then lifted her arms to encircle his neck.
He already knew the honey-sweet flavor of her lips, and nothing was going to stop him from tasting them again.
The breeze, carrying the honey-sweet fragrance of the button bushes growing beside the water, pushed at the blue bottles hanging from the branches on the oak in front of the house.
And best of all, a phase of honey-sweet cuddliness that I am scooping up with both hands while it lasts.
Something about Darian really wanting a honey-sweet maiden in his heart of hearts, and not being satisfied with you?
Synopsis: Zin dances with fire in every step, speaks in a honey-sweet voice, and sees with eyes that can peer into your soul.
That folk have no care for ploughing with oxen or for any planting of honey-sweet fruit; nor yet do they pasture flocks in the dewy meadow.
And before her eyes the vision still appeared — himself what like he was, with what vesture he was clad, what things he spake, how he sat on his seat, how he moved forth to the door — and as she pondered she deemed there never was such another man; and ever in her ears rung his voice and the honey-sweet words which he uttered.