honey-sweet [huhn-ee-sweet] ExamplesWord Origin adjective

  1. sweet as honey.

Origin of honey-sweet before 1000; Middle English hony sweete, Old English hunig swēte Examples from the Web for honey-sweet Historical Examples of honey-sweet

  • Honey-sweet were her words, but those who trusted them found sorrow at hand.

    The Oera Linda Book


  • Nothing in an English wood so honey-sweet as his otock otock tock!

    It Is Never Too Late to Mend

    Charles Reade

  • The breeze that came from the mountains of Mull was honey-sweet with heather smell.

    The Washer of the Ford

    Fiona Macleod

  • The sounds it emitted were right pleasing, honey-sweet, and silver-toned.

    Great Singers, Second Series

    George T. Ferris

  • Lois gave a cry of delight when Anne came in with Honey-Sweet.


    Edna Turpin

  • British Dictionary definitions for honey-sweet honey-sweet adjective

    1. sweet or endearing
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