having a taste like that of sugar
pleasing to the senses
gentle, kind, or attractive in manner
(especially of small or young things) charming, lovable
a small piece of sweet food made of sugar or chocolate, etc.
sweet food served at the end of a meal
"an angelic smile"
"a cherubic face"
"looking so seraphic when he slept"
"a sweet disposition"
"the dulcet tones of the cello"
"the sweet song of the lark"
"the sweet face of a child"
"the odorous air of the orchard"
"the perfumed air of June"
"sweet dessert wines"
"Susan Hayward plays the wife sharply and sweetly"
"how sweet the moonlight sleeps upon this bank"
"talking sweet to each other"
Is trifle sufficient for sweet?
出自： J. Betjeman
A sweet taste, not unlike that of liquorice.
出自： T. Thomson
No sweet things to eat or drink, no chocolate, no lemonade.
出自： I. McEwan