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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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