honey[ huhn-ee ]SEE DEFINITION OF honey
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HONEY
What mattered it that the honey of it was as ashes in her mouth?
We shall find flowers as large as trees, fruits sweeter than honey.
"It's not the least mite I'm blaming you, honey," said Katy.
Was he loaded with millet-seed on one side and honey on the other?
The waitress had brought the tea and bread and honey, and they waited until she had gone.
Send them to table hot, and eat them with butter, honey, or molasses.
Spill it all out, I say, an' make the world smell as sweet as honey.
We'd have oxen roasted whole, an' honey—an'—but that's as fur as I can git.
An' Josh he got kind o' fretful to her, an' she to him, an' 'Mandy was all honey an' cream.
Bring some of that cake you baked to-day, honey—and do brace up!