Definition of Sweetens

1. Verb. (third-person singular of sweeten) ¹



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Definition of Sweetens

1. sweeten [v] - See also: sweeten

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweetens

sweetbriers
sweetcheeks
sweetcorn
sweetcorns
sweetcure
sweete
sweeted
sweeten
sweeten the pot
sweeten up
sweetened
sweetener
sweeteners
sweetening
sweetenings
sweetens (current term)
sweeter
sweetest
sweetfish
sweetfishes
sweetgum
sweetgums
sweetheart
sweetheart deal
sweetheart deals
sweethearthood
sweethearting
sweethearts
sweetie
sweetie pie

Literary usage of Sweetens

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. Granite State Magazine edited by George Waldo Browne (1906)
"Be it maiden or mother or lover, ' Tis the giver who sweetens the kiss. We behold not the beauty of flowers, Till their freshness and fragrance have flown; ..."

2. Lamia's Winter-quarters by Alfred Austin (1898)
"The woodbine, somewhere out of sight, sweetens the loneliness of night. The Sister Stars, that once were seven, Mourn for their missing mate in Heaven. ..."

3. From the Flag to the Cross: Or, Scenes and Incidents of Christianity in the by Amos Stevens Billingsley (1872)
"... GROUND — RATIONS — DIET — ENLARGED — THE FOOD WOULD PRODUCE DISEASE AMONG SWINE— THE MOONLIGHT PRAYER - MEETING — RELIGION sweetens THE BITTEREST CUP. ..."

4. The Three Tours of Doctor Syntax: Poems : in Search of 1. the Picturesque, 2 by William Combe (1871)
"... It gives to pleasure higher aims, It sweetens honour's fairest claims, And banishes each fretful strife That oft disturbs domestic life. ..."

5. Granite State Magazine edited by George Waldo Browne (1906)
"Be it maiden or mother or lover, ' Tis the giver who sweetens the kiss. We behold not the beauty of flowers, Till their freshness and fragrance have flown; ..."

6. Lamia's Winter-quarters by Alfred Austin (1898)
"The woodbine, somewhere out of sight, sweetens the loneliness of night. The Sister Stars, that once were seven, Mourn for their missing mate in Heaven. ..."

7. From the Flag to the Cross: Or, Scenes and Incidents of Christianity in the by Amos Stevens Billingsley (1872)
"... GROUND — RATIONS — DIET — ENLARGED — THE FOOD WOULD PRODUCE DISEASE AMONG SWINE— THE MOONLIGHT PRAYER - MEETING — RELIGION sweetens THE BITTEREST CUP. ..."

8. The Three Tours of Doctor Syntax: Poems : in Search of 1. the Picturesque, 2 by William Combe (1871)
"... It gives to pleasure higher aims, It sweetens honour's fairest claims, And banishes each fretful strife That oft disturbs domestic life. ..."

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