Synonyms for Sweet:


angelic (adjective)
fragrant (adjective)
friendly, kind (adjective)
agreeable, amiable, angelic, beloved, charming, companionable, considerate, delectable, delightful, dulcet, generous, gentle, good-humored, lovable, mild, mushy, patient, pleasant, pleasing, reasonable, sympathetic, tender, thoughtful, unselfish, sweet-tempered.
harmonious (adjective)
heavenly (adjective)
melodious (adjective)
concordant, consonant, dulcet, euphonious, harmonious, melodic, melodious, musical, tuneful, Mellifluent.
mild (adjective)
amiable, benevolent, benign, broad-minded, charitable, clement, cordial, even, forbearing, genial, gentle, insipid, kind, lax, lenient, liberal, libertarian, meek, mild, moderate, open-minded, peaceable, peaceful, permissive, quiet, soft, tender, tolerant.
musical (adjective)
nice-smelling (adjective)
ambrosial, fragrant, fresh, perfumed, savory, scented, spicy, sweet-smelling.
nice-sounding (adjective)
euphonious, harmonious, mellifluous, melodic, melodious, musical, rich, soft, tuneful.
pleasurable (adjective)
agreeable, ambrosial, amusing, blissful, bonny, bright, charming, cheerful, delectable, delightful, enchanting, enjoyable, enlivening, entertaining, favorable, fine, jolly, joyful, pleasant, pleasing, pleasurable, sunny, unobjectionable.
sugary (adjective)
cloying, delicious, honeyed, luscious, saccharine, sugared, sweetened, syrupy, toothsome.
sweet (adjective)
cloying, dessert, sugary, syrupy, ambrosial.
tasty (adjective)
delicious, flavorful, good, luscious, palatable, peppery, salty, savory, sour, spicy, tasty, toothsome, delectable.


all (adverb)


accompaniment, antipasto, aperitif, appetiser, appetizer, bitter, cheeseboard, course, crudites, entree, rich. companionable, considerate, even-tempered, friendly, generous, good-humored, gooey, mushy, patient, reasonable, relaxing, repulsive, restful, selfish, soppy, thoughtful, unselfish, sweet-tempered. caring, pickled, sensitive, unseasoned, warm, Warm-hearted. angelica, apple pie, banana split, brown sugar, cake, carob, choc-ice, Christmas Pudding. babe, baby, bud, honey, mate, pardner, sister, sugar, BRO, my man. bonbon, bubble gum, candy, candy apple, candy bar, candy cane, candyfloss, caramel, center, chew. buttery, chalky, cheesy, chocolate, fishy, floury, flowery, fruity, gamey, chocolatey. lilting. candy (noun)
confection (noun)
dear (noun)
beloved, sympathetic.
person (noun)
Henry Sweet.
sugary food (noun)
bonbon, candy, chocolate, confection, confectionery, dessert.
sweet (noun)
afters, angelic, angelical, cherubic, cloying, confection, confectionery, dulcet, fragrant, fresh, gratifying, honeyed, lovable, loveable, mellifluous, mellisonant, melodic, melodious, musical, odoriferous, odorous, perfumed, pleasing, saccharine, scented, seraphic, sugared, sugariness, sugary, sweet-scented, sweet-smelling, sweetened, sweetish, sweetly, syrupy, treacly, unfermented, unsalty, unsoured, Henry Sweet.
sweetness (noun)

Other synonyms:

lilting. rich. honey. confection
candy, confection.
henry sweet
Henry Sweet.
Other relevant words:
accompaniment, afters, angelic, angelica, angelical, antipasto, aperitif, appetiser, appetizer, babe, baby, beloved, bonbon, bud, buttery, cake, candy, candyfloss, caramel, caring, carob, center, chalky, cheeseboard, cheesy, cherubic, chew, choc-ice, chocolate, companionable, confection, confectionery, considerate, course, crudites, entree, even-tempered, fishy, floury, flowery, fragrant, fresh, friendly, fruity, gamey, generous, good-humored, gooey, gratifying, honey, honeyed, lilting, lovable, loveable, mate, mellifluous, mellisonant, mushy, odoriferous, odorous, pardner, patient, perfumed, pickled, reasonable, relaxing, repulsive, restful, rich, saccharine, scented, selfish, sensitive, seraphic, sister, soppy, sugar, sugared, sugariness, sweet-scented, sweet-smelling, sweetened, sweetish, sweetly, sympathetic, thoughtful, treacly, unfermented, unsalty, unseasoned, unselfish, unsoured, warm, Warm-hearted, Henry Sweet, BRO, sweet-tempered, chocolatey.

Usage examples for sweet

  1. But in you it is sweet and to me very wonderful . – Peccavi by E. W. Hornung
  2. In a new well the water is almost sweet – A Narrative of Captivity in Abyssinia With Some Account of the Late Emperor Theodore, His Country and People by Henry Blanc
  3. Why don't you be a little sweet to her just for once? – Gentle Julia by Booth Tarkington