sweetish


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sweet•ish

(ˈswi tɪʃ)

adj.
somewhat sweet.
[1570–80]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.sweetish - somewhat sweet
sweet - having or denoting the characteristic taste of sugar
Translations

sweetish

[ˈswiːtɪʃ] ADJalgo dulce

sweetish

adj taste, smellsüßlich
References in classic literature ?
It has a sweetish taste, much like that of a frost-bitten potato, and I found it better boiled than roasted.
It works perfectly here to create a rich texture for the fruit and supplying a further sweetish depth to the palate.
Sweetish taste initially before the citrus flavour of grapefruit takes over and becomes stronger in the mouth for a minute or two.
The Garden of Passion Salad, done with passion fruit dressing topped by a dollop of gelato, that rendered a unique sweetish flavor; the Italian Beef Stew with rich brown sauce with mashed potatoes; the Crunchy Pork Belly; Big Bird, golden fried chicken, very crispy and seasoned with herbs and spices; and Shrimp Skewers.
Loco Superior red A WHITE SANGRIA: If red isn't your thing then break with tradition and try a sweetish white wine such as Gallo Family Vineyards Moscato (widely available for around PS6).
red whITE SANGRIA: red isn't your thing then break with tradition and try a sweetish white wine such as Gallo Family Vineyards Moscato (widely available for around PS6).
Kuya J's crispy pata comes with a sweetish dipping sauce, but COO Danny Pumarego assures us that customers could also ask for the traditional vinegar-garlic-chili, suka-toyo, or any sawsawan combo of their choice.
It has spicy damson and black cherry fruit that is neatly complemented by gentle tannins and a sweetish coffee and vanilla background.
Simmered in a similar looking dark sauce that's slightly sweetish as well, it's invigorated with carrots, snow peas and bean sprout.
29, Lidl) is a sweetish fizz with pretty peach notes that will perk up a prawn mayonnaise sandwich.
In the past during food shortages lives were spared, using the sweetish bark as a food.
And there are other mild-tasting whole grains that are the slightly nutty, sometimes sweetish, nutritional powerhouses of the carbohydrate world.