Synonyms of 'sweet'
tasting of or like sugara mug of sweet tea
The film is sentimental but rarely cloying.
I could smell the honeyed ripeness of melons and peaches.
saccharine, , ,
The cashier smiled with saccharine sweetness.
the sweet smell of a summer garden
fragrant oils and perfumes
sweetly-perfumed yellow flowers
a shrub with aromatic leaves
The air was redolent of cinnamon and apple.
fresh, clear, and cleanI gulped a breath of sweet air.
(of a sound) pleasant and tunefulthe sweet sounds of Mozart
She spoke in a quiet melodious voice.
He had a soft, almost musical voice.
producing harmonious sounds
When he woke again he could hear soft music.
She spoke in a soft whisper.
the mellow background music
Melodic and tuneful, his songs made me weep.
her beautiful, dulcet voice
kind and charmingHe was a sweet man but he was hopeless with money.
He was a very kind man, full of common sense.
a quiet and gentle man who liked sports and enjoyed life
tender, loving care
They seemed devoted to each other and were openly affectionate.
She had been surprised at how amiable and polite he had seemed.
attractive and delightfula sweet little baby girl
The most delightful garden I had ever seen.
That's a very appealing idea.
a cute little baby
He looked clean, childish, and very taking.
She had great charm and a winning personality.
a beautiful red-haired woman
He was always very attractive to women.
She was a most engaging child.
His vulnerability makes him even more lovable.
She gave him her most winsome smile.
likable or likeable
(archaic) my dear, sweet mother
a shaped piece of confectionery consisting mainly of sugar(British They've always enjoyed fish and chips – and sweets and cakes.
a dessert(British) The sweet was a mousse flavoured with lemon.
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in the sense of affectionate
having or displaying tenderness, affection, or warmthThey seemed devoted to each other and were openly affectionate.
in the sense of amiable
having a pleasant natureShe had been surprised at how amiable and polite he had seemed.
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