Definition of Sweetishly

1. [adv]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweetishly

sweetfishes
sweetgum
sweetgums
sweetheart
sweetheart deal
sweetheart deals
sweethearthood
sweethearting
sweethearts
sweetie
sweetie pie
sweeties
sweeting
sweetings
sweetish
sweetishly (current term)
sweetite
sweetkin
sweetleaf
sweetleaf family
sweetleafs
sweetling
sweetlings
sweetlips
sweetly
sweetmaker
sweetmakers
sweetmeal
sweetmeat
sweetmeats

Literary usage of Sweetishly

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

1. Dwight's Journal of Music by John Sullivan Dwight (1867)
"... absurdly ornate, sweetish airs for the tenor, sweetishly enough sung;, often (the first night) out of tune, and with painful straining and prolonging of ..."

2. The Retrospect of Medicine by James Braithwaite, William Braithwaite (1861)
"It was of a very pale straw colour, sweetishly faint in odour, clear, and having a specific gravity of fully 1040. Upon applying the tests of ..."

3. The Vital Study of Literature, and Other Essays by William Norman Guthrie (1912)
"After some pessimistic sentiment of a sweetishly pious sort one obtains a new relish for the world, the flesh, and the devil. Life is no more a spontaneous ..."

4. The Vital Study of Literature, and Other Essays by William Norman Guthrie (1912)
"After some pessimistic sentiment of a sweetishly pious sort one obtains a new relish for the world, the flesh, and the devil. Life is no more a spontaneous ..."

5. The Vital Study of Literature, and Other Essays by William Norman Guthrie (1912)
"After some pessimistic sentiment of a sweetishly pious sort one obtains a new relish for the world, the flesh, and the devil. Life is no more a spontaneous ..."

6. Hashimura Togo: Domestic Scientist by Wallace Irwin (1914)
"That butterfly are a wasp!" I lecture amid Japanese word curse. " Wasps does little harm," she say sweetishly. " What little they does can be noticed ..."

7. Dwight's Journal of Music by John Sullivan Dwight (1867)
"... absurdly ornate, sweetish airs for the tenor, sweetishly enough sung;, often (the first night) out of tune, and with painful straining and prolonging of ..."

8. The Retrospect of Medicine by James Braithwaite, William Braithwaite (1861)
"It was of a very pale straw colour, sweetishly faint in odour, clear, and having a specific gravity of fully 1040. Upon applying the tests of ..."

9. The Vital Study of Literature, and Other Essays by William Norman Guthrie (1912)
"After some pessimistic sentiment of a sweetishly pious sort one obtains a new relish for the world, the flesh, and the devil. Life is no more a spontaneous ..."

10. The Vital Study of Literature, and Other Essays by William Norman Guthrie (1912)
"After some pessimistic sentiment of a sweetishly pious sort one obtains a new relish for the world, the flesh, and the devil. Life is no more a spontaneous ..."

11. The Vital Study of Literature, and Other Essays by William Norman Guthrie (1912)
"After some pessimistic sentiment of a sweetishly pious sort one obtains a new relish for the world, the flesh, and the devil. Life is no more a spontaneous ..."

12. Hashimura Togo: Domestic Scientist by Wallace Irwin (1914)
"That butterfly are a wasp!" I lecture amid Japanese word curse. " Wasps does little harm," she say sweetishly. " What little they does can be noticed ..."

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