oversweet

oversweet

(ˌəʊvəˈswiːt)
adj
too sweet
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The mincemeat is oversweet and the "splash" of port and brandy is undetectabl.
England need all the support they can get, even if it is from a sickly, oversweet chocolate bar
House sauces included a mustard mayo that had something for fans of both cream and tang, and a slightly oversweet barbecue sauce.
The Pineapple and Passionfruit is not oversweet and when really cold, with one or two cubes of ice, it refreshes quite nicely.
As a result, we had to choose from a range of oversweet mocktails that were average.
Belgium's other famous export is chocolate; give the chocolate pannacotta a try -- the silky topping is deeply chocolate-y without being oversweet, and is tempered by the (somewhat over-set) vanilla cream below.
The egg was melt-in-the-mouth delicious but the adventurous choc fillings were oversweet.
There is another person also who has come in the author's life to strengthen her belief in the fact oversweet taste in accessories and clothing can be a reflection of the inner dark side of the personality.
Marked by dozens of resource books about the region in Arabic and English, homemade Iraq cookies and oversweet Iraqi tea, along with poufy sofas and colorful carpets, the pavilion goes to great lengths to live up to the exhibition's happy title: "Welcome to Iraq.
Minuses: Oversweet Marsala sauce on a dish that didn't really click.
Cherry: Oversweet, in need of tartness and passion.