honeyed honeyed

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) with honey added
  2. (adj) pleasing to the ear

Usage(s):

  1. And in one of the film's many wonderful vignettes, she enjoys her first sip of honeyed tea.
  2. The honeyed results were pleasing.
  3. Then there's the rich, honeyed voice: husky and authoritative, but free of the severe tone affected by some females in TV news.

News

  1. Celebrate Maryland Outdoors Days

    You’ll enjoy it in the moment and in the ­stories you create Sandra Olivetti Martin We couldn’t have better weather for Celebrate Maryland Outdoors Days , a state of motivation that culminates this week in the Great American Backyard Campout on June 22.     June is showing us her best side with mild temperatures, comfortable humidity, ticklish breezes, honeyed air and cloudscapes racing across ...
    on June 20, 2013     Source: Bay Weekly

  2. Wine of the week: 2011 Fetzer "Shady Loam" gewurztraminer

    "Honeyed" is a pretty good one-word summary of the appeal, to those with a taste for sweet but structured wine, of the 2011 Fetzer "Shady Loam" gewurztraminer, a spice-edged white readily available on local supermarket shelves at about $10.
    on June 18, 2013     Source: Tampa Bay Times

Quotes

  • "I will have no truck with the perpetuation of fallacious illusions, whether honeyed or bitter," Myers wrote, "and consider the Gibersons of this world to be corruptors of a better truth. That's harsh, I know ...... but he is undermining the...
    on Jul 30, 2008 By: PZ Myers Source: Salon

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