[ sˈuːti], [ sˈuːti], [ s_ˈuː_t_i]
How to use "Suety" in context?
The word "suety" originates from Middle English and means "sweet." It is used to describe anything that is desirable or agreeable to the taste. In the context of food, suety can refer to something that is too sweet, creamy, or rich. It can also refer to something that is too sugary or overly caloric.
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