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sweet marjoram an annual herb with aromatic leaves that are often dried and used in cooking.
sweetmeat a highly sweetened food such as candy, candied fruits, or the like.
sweet nothings (informal) whispered, often nonsense words or phrases of affection, such as those exchanged by lovers.
sweet pea a climbing plant that is related to the pea and that bears fragrant, variously colored, butterfly-shaped flowers.
sweet pepper a type of red pepper plant that bears a large, mild, bell-shaped fruit; capsicum. [2 definitions]
sweet potato a tropical vine, native to parts of America, that bears purple flowers and has an edible orange root. [2 definitions]
sweet roll a round, sweetened bread made from rolled dough, served as a single portion, and eaten generally as a breakfast food. Sweet rolls may contain cinnamon, raisins, nuts, or other flavorings and may be topped with icing.
sweet-talk (informal) to use flattery or beguiling words in order to persuade; cajole.
sweet tooth (informal) a liking or craving for candy, cookies, or other foods with a high sugar content.
sweet william a perennial plant, related to the pinks, that bears flat, thick clusters of variously colored flowers.
swell to increase in volume by inflation, absorption, internal pressure, growth, or the like; expand; distend. [19 definitions]
swelled head (informal) an extremely high opinion of oneself; conceit; vanity.
swelling the act or condition of something that is swelling or swollen. [2 definitions]
swelter to be afflicted by oppressive heat. [2 definitions]
sweltering of weather, overly hot or humid; sultry. [2 definitions]
swept past tense and past participle of sweep.
sweptback of an airplane wing, having a sharply backward slant.
sweptwing of an airplane, having sweptback wings.
swerve to change direction suddenly; turn abruptly; veer. [3 definitions]
swift moving or able to move very rapidly; speedy. [7 definitions]
swig (informal) an amount of fluid, esp. liquor, drunk in a single rapid swallow. [2 definitions]