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sweet

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
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Sweet

Henry. 1845--1912, English philologist; a pioneer of modern phonetics. His books include A History of English Sounds (1874)
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The scent is sweetish with fruity undertones and the smell is pleasant.
For the time being, however, Smokestack beers such as the sweetish Long Strange Tripel and imposing Bourbon Barrel Quad are available primarily in the South and Midwest.
Try something fruity, alternatively replace the wine with a sweetish beer such as stout or Guinness, and serve with a good helping of crusty bread and olive oil.
Since this is a flick all about odour - which, of course, can't be caught on the screen - our sense of vision is bombarded with breathtaking visuals that helps give this a sweetish smell of success.
It comes forth with a sweet corn pancake bed, rich slices of sauteed foie gras, a slant-cut spring roll stuffed with duck confit and a sweetish ginger-enhanced au jus saucing.
The constant whine of drills and electric screwdrivers wielded by a team of a half-dozen technicians makes conversation next to impossible, and the fibrous haze and sweetish smell of sawdust fill the air.
A sweetish long drink made famous by the Singapore version, which uses cherry brandy.
As well as colour, rhubarb also contributes an agreeable sweetish edge and smoothes out any spirit-based harshness.
Marinated with essential Thai spices, lemon grass, lemon leaves and galangal - a form of ginger that finds its use in various Asian cuisines - and served with Thai basil sauce, it was a delectable blend of flavours albeit slightly sweetish like most things Thai.
While the name Chilli can be a bit misleading, the dish itself has a pleasing sweetish taste and the tender meat of the crab just melts away in your mouth.
Around it, drizzlings of a dark brown sauce EoAC" brown sugar melted with Dijon mustard to create a sweetish pungent accompaniment to the fish.