Definitions

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  • adj. Excessively sweetened.

Etymologies

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over- +‎ sweetened.

Examples

  • The chocolate and orange mousse with a brash tangerine sorbet had the virtue of not being cloyingly oversweetened; a soft meringue and chocolate roulade had the virtue of looking like the sort of thing you might actually want to buy from the freezer cabinet at Iceland but wouldn't dream of purchasing for fear of being spotted by the neighbours.

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  • In the morning he walks her out to the Audi with a mug of his favorite oversweetened chai tea wrapped between his hands for precious heat.

    Healer

  • After a mouthful of sand and cheese, nothing's more refreshing than a cold, oversweetened iced tea: Oh no!

    BSNYC Product Review: Outlier Summer Shorts

  • The Ohio Democrat wants all these deals renegotiated, claiming they were often struck in private, and that the government oversweetened the pot.

    Feast Of The S&L Vultures

  • Other newsflashes: water has been found to be wet, up is in fact 180 degrees from down, and Diet Cherry Chocolate Dr. Pepper tastes like oversweetened carbonated flatulence.

    Publishing Myopia

  • I oversweetened the dessert, overcooked the cheesecake, and under-cooked the blackberry sauce.

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  • So they're not filled with oversweetened chemicals, Miles.

    CNN Transcript Feb 10, 2006

  • The peasants will find me here in the bright cold morning, my eyes frozen, my oversweetened body covered with snail.

    Sweetblood

  • He was going to save the country, save the world, in spite of its slavish ingrained genuflection to oversweetened dreck.

    Impossible Places

  • She tried to use Shadow only sparingly as she ate the oversalted, oversweetened food that nobody noticed her stealing.

    Enchantment

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