›(esp. of food or drink) having a taste similar to that of sugar or honey: The four basic tastes are sweet, salty, bitter, and sour.I like sweet cherries.The desserts were not overly sweet.›If a smell or sound is sweet, it is pleasant and enjoyable: a sweet-smelling rose bushThese singers are known for their sweet voices.›Sweet can be used, esp. of something or someone small, to mean charming and attractive: What a sweet baby!›Sweet can also mean kind, generous, and likable: He was very sweet to her.sweetly
/ˈswit·li/adv›The birds sang sweetly.sweetness
/ˈswit·nəs/n[U]›Melons have more sweetness in the summer.