What is another word for sweetened?

Pronunciation: [swˈiːtənd] (IPA)

There are various synonyms for the word "sweetened" that can be used depending on the context. Some commonly used synonyms include "sugar-coated," "honeyed," "caramelized," and "glazed." While each of these words refers to the process of adding sweetness, they each have unique connotations that make them appropriate for different situations. For example, "sugar-coated" might be used to describe a candy or dessert that has been heavily coated in sugar, while "honeyed" might be used to describe a dish that has been sweetened with honey. Similarly, "caramelized" might be used to describe the process of cooking sugar until it turns brown and slightly bitter, while "glazed" might be used to describe a dish that has been brushed with a sweet glaze.

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What are the opposite words for sweetened?

The word "sweetened" refers to the addition of sugar or sweetness to something. Its antonyms are words that describe the opposite of this, such as sour, bitter, unsweetened, tart, tangy, or acidic. Unsweetened refers to food or drinks that do not contain added sugar. Tart refers to a sharp or sour taste, such as in sour fruits like lemons. Bitter refers to an unpleasant, sharp taste, like black coffee. Tangy is a sour and acidic taste, like in yogurt or citrus fruits. Finally, acidic refers to a sharp and sour taste, like vinegar. These antonyms are useful when describing the taste of food and drinks.

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Usage examples for Sweetened

The thought of this sweetened all his toils.
"In Desert and Wilderness"
Henryk Sienkiewicz
Good possessed the ability to open his mouth and, without seeming effort or preparation, to pour forth a volume of sweetened wind or a volume of scathing philippics.
"Memoirs of Orange Jacobs"
Orange Jacobs
He suspected that Mr. Skinner came to Miss Pinckney's "for what he could get," that he liked a chair by her fire in the back parlour, and that the glass of hot gin and water, sweetened to his taste, with a bit of lemon floating on the top, was his grand attraction.
"Little Miss Joy"
Emma Marshall

Famous quotes with Sweetened

  • It may not be possible to get rare roast beef but if you're willing to settle for well done, ask them to hold the sweetened library paste that passes for gravy.
    Marian Burros
  • The sound has grown and sweetened over the years as well, and you can hear it on many of my recordings and, most likely, will see and hear me playing it if you come to a live show.
    Tom Chapin
  • Everything is sweetened by risk.
    Alexander Smith
  • Everything is sweetened by risk.
    Alexander Smith
  • Here is a golden Rule to begin with. Write legibly. The average temper of the human race would be perceptibly sweetened, if everybody obeyed this Rule! A great deal of the bad writing in the world comes simply from writing too quickly.
    Lewis Carroll

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