Definition of Sweetie

1. Noun. A person loved by another person.

Exact synonyms: Steady, Sweetheart, Truelove
Generic synonyms: Lover
Specialized synonyms: Dulcinea, Ladylove, Sugar Daddy, Valentine



Definition of Sweetie

1. Noun. A person who is much loved. ¹

2. Noun. A sweetheart. ¹

3. Noun. A fruit that is a crossbreed between a grapefruit and a pomelo, originating in Israel. ¹

4. Noun. (slang) A sweet. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Sweetie

1. darling [n -S] - See also: darling

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Sweetie

sweetening
sweetenings
sweetens
sweeter
sweetest
sweetfish
sweetfishes
sweetgum
sweetgums
sweetheart
sweetheart deal
sweetheart deals
sweethearthood
sweethearting
sweethearts
sweetie (current term)
sweetie pie
sweeties
sweeting
sweetings
sweetish
sweetishly
sweetite
sweetkin
sweetleaf
sweetleaf family
sweetleafs
sweetling
sweetlings
sweetlips

Literary usage of Sweetie

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. We Discover the Old Dominion by Louise Closser Hale (1916)
"CHAPTER XIII The Female Number I We Leave " sweetie " but Acquire Williamsburg ... A very lovely distant kith and kin called " sweetie " came to see us off. ..."

2. At the Front in a Flivver by William Yorke Stevenson (1917)
"... 1914-17 "sweetie" "sweetie has a face like a tadpole; sweetie has legs like a frog; sweetie has a shape like a kangaroo; sweetie has hair like a hog; ..."

3. At the Front in a Flivver by William Yorke Stevenson (1917)
"But sweetie don't give a D ." EASTER SUNDAY, April 23. Nelson, my room-mate and side partner (we ran No. 2 and No. 1 cars respectively), left today to ..."

4. Plots and Personalities: A New Method of Testing and Training the Creative by Edwin Emery Slosson, June Etta Downey (1922)
"Confess now, when you read the Jasper-sweetie item, didn't you figure it out something like this: sweetie is a pretty, fluffy, doll-like, ..."

5. We Discover the Old Dominion by Louise Closser Hale (1916)
"CHAPTER XIII The Female Number I We Leave " sweetie " but Acquire Williamsburg ... A very lovely distant kith and kin called " sweetie " came to see us off. ..."

6. At the Front in a Flivver by William Yorke Stevenson (1917)
"... 1914-17 "sweetie" "sweetie has a face like a tadpole; sweetie has legs like a frog; sweetie has a shape like a kangaroo; sweetie has hair like a hog; ..."

7. At the Front in a Flivver by William Yorke Stevenson (1917)
"But sweetie don't give a D ." EASTER SUNDAY, April 23. Nelson, my room-mate and side partner (we ran No. 2 and No. 1 cars respectively), left today to ..."

8. Plots and Personalities: A New Method of Testing and Training the Creative by Edwin Emery Slosson, June Etta Downey (1922)
"Confess now, when you read the Jasper-sweetie item, didn't you figure it out something like this: sweetie is a pretty, fluffy, doll-like, ..."

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