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adverb as in in a sweet manner

adverb as in with a sweet sound

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They smell sweetly putrescent, like a forgotten gym towel in a hot car.

The whole place cracks up, and Mitchum sweetly kisses her on the forehead.

We had been planning on our own private Valentines Day dinner, but Christopher sweetly asked if we were busy that evening.

When Jackson asks if he can rearrange the seats before we start, she belts out sweetly: “Go nuts for cowboy butts!”

One of the most sweetly melancholy movies about love ever made.

The little foolish words, so sweetly commonplace, fell like balm upon an open wound.

He had lost the dream that Tony but tended a blossom, the fruit of which would come sweetly to his plucking afterwards.

And a hint of mothering contentment stole sweetly over him behind this shadowy yet genuine consolation.

He, Aristide Pujol, was the most sweetly, the most completely swindled man in France.

There were at least a dozen churches, and their far-away bells sounded sweetly harmonious in so many different keys.


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On this page you'll find 18 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to sweetly, such as: charmingly, gently, gratefully, lovingly, pleasantly, and softly.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.