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     1. Having the taste of sugar or a substance containing or resembling sugar, as honey or saccharin.
     2.
       a. Containing or derived from sugar.
       b. Retaining some natural sugar; not dry: a sweet wine.
    3.
      a. Pleasing to the senses; agreeable: the sweet song of the lark; a sweet face.
      b. Pleasing to the mind or feelings; gratifying: sweet revenge.
    4. Having a pleasing disposition; lovable: a sweet child.
     5. Kind; gracious: It was sweet of him to help out.
     6. Fragrant; perfumed: a sweet scent.
     7. Not saline or salted: sweet water; sweet butter.
     8. Not spoiled, sour, or decaying; fresh: sweet milk.
     9. Free of acid or acidity: sweet soil.
     10. Low in sulfur content: sweet fuel oil.
     11. Music Of, relating to, or being a form of jazz characterized by adherence to a melodic line and to a time signature.
     12. Used as an intensive: took his own sweet time to finish; earns a sweet million per year.


 In a sweet manner; sweetly.
n.
   1. Sweet taste or quality; sweetness.
   2. Something sweet to the taste.
   3. sweets
      a. Foods, such as candy, pastries, puddings, or preserves, that are high in sugar content.
      b. Informal Sweet potatoes: candied sweets.
   4. Chiefly British
      a. A sweet dish, such as pudding, served as dessert.
      b. A sweetmeat or confection.
    5. A dear or beloved person.
    6. Something pleasing to the mind or feelings.

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