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Sweet

(swēt),
Robert Douglas, 20th-century English dermatologist. See: Sweet disease.
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sweet

[AS. swete, sweet]
1. Pleasing to the taste or smell. See: taste
2. Containing or derived from sugar.
3. Free from excess of acid, sulfur, or corrosive salts.
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Out in the countryside, every roadside taverna offered a house wine along with meals, and they were always a little pinkish, a little sweetish, fairly low in alcohol, entirely oak-free.
Yes, its sweetish but everything is held in check by an underlying seam of minerality.
2016 Morrisons The Best Grillo PS5.50 - instead of PS7.25 until 25 September - at Morrisons Grillo was once just the mainstay grape of marsala - Sicily's sweetish, fortified wine - but nowadays progressive winemakers there also use it for fantastic white table wines.
The Hot Prawn Salad, a sweetish creamy delight is a surefire hit.
Though I would have preferred it to be boiling hot, the broth of this beef noodle dish was wonderfully aromatic, reminiscent of sweet wood spices with the rather top note of black cardamom or thao qua that gave a sweetish smoky character to the broth.
The flowers are mostly on one side of the stem only, and distinctly drooping, or nodding, at the top and have a distinct, sweetish scent.
Alternatively, Allini Prosecco Spumante 2014, Italy (PS5.29, Lidl) is a sweetish fizz with pretty peach notes that will perk up a prawn mayonnaise sandwich.
In the past during food shortages lives were spared, using the sweetish bark as a food.
The end is even fitting with Arroz con leche, a sweetish cinnamon flavoured milky rice baked to perfection.
With a craving for a sweetish butter chicken, I knew exactly what I was going to order until the chef informed me it was amongst the dishes in the thali (platter of a variety of dishes), that I shouldn't miss!
Champagne won't easily forget the 2003 vintage -- it snowed heavily in the winter, causing a substantial loss of berries in their formative stage ( hence the concentration of flavours), and then came a killer summer ( the sun leaves its mark in the sweetish aftertaste).
Instead of the usual English muffin on the base, there's a sweetish brioche-type bread, which worked just fine under the perfectly runny poached egg and buttery Hollandaise sauce.