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1. (of wine, etc.) having a relatively high sugar content; not dry
2. free from unpleasant odours
3. containing no corrosive substances
4. (of petrol) containing no sulphur compounds
5. Jazz performed with a regular beat, with the emphasis on clearly outlined melody and little improvisation


Henry. 1845--1912, English philologist; a pioneer of modern phonetics. His books include A History of English Sounds (1874)
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A group of items. Pronounced "sweet." See application suite.
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Sweetwood gets its name from a combination of Wood's name and the special sweet feed made from sugar beets and spices that his cattle eat each winter.
My typical routine at Heartland has been waking up to a wonderful, glorious meal of sweet feed and hay, being turned out on grass until it is time to earn my keep, back to grazing and another helping of sweet feed, and hay before being turning in for the night in my cozy stall.
"Destiny eats grass hay and a pound of sweet feed every morning in his stall."
Horse pellets, sweet feed and corn offer a good mix of potential energy and protein supplements.
Deb was armed with a bucket of sweet feed and shaking the bucket convincingly to get the cows' interest.
The Colonials responded with a brief but clutch spurt during which senior Danielle Deraney hit a jumper off a drive-and-dish by senior Rachel Pineda, Grillo coolly drained a 3-pointer, and Grip made a layup off a sweet feed from Aulenback, extending the advantage to 33-25 with 5:53 to play.