Etymology
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honeyed (adj.)

"sweet with honey," mid-14c., from honey (v.). Middle English also had honey-sweet (adj.) "sweet as honey; pleasurable; spiritually beneficial."

updated on August 13, 2015

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Definitions of honeyed from WordNet

honeyed (adj.)
with honey added;
Synonyms: honied / syrupy
honeyed (adj.)
pleasing to the ear;
Synonyms: dulcet / mellifluous / mellisonant / sweet
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