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Synonyms Dictionary

smoke; swoop down upon, blitz, charge, rampage, tear, stampede, rip.
-n. 6. stroke, swipe, move, movement, motion, action.
7. drive, thrust, push; swoop, fell swoop, blow, attack, blitz; charge, rampage, stampede.
8. curvature, curvation, roundness, roundedness, bending, flexure; incurvation, incurvature, arcuation,
Pathol, cyrtosis; curve, bend, arch, arc, vault, Archit. extrados; incurve, camber, crescent, lunule, lune, menscus, half-moon, horseshoe, U.S. oxbow; lap, round, turn, loop, circle, circuit, cycle, orbit, revolution.
9. compass, swing, scope, range, breadth, width; reach, stretch, spread, span, extent, area; space, room, play, elbowroom. sweeping,
adj. 1. broad, wide, widespread, extensive, expansive, far-reaching, panoramic, bird's-eye, Inf. wall-to-wall; inclusive, inclusory, nonexclusive, unlimited, indiscriminate; general, universal, worldwide, pandemic, all-embracing, catholic, ecumenical; umbrella, blanket, comprehensive, all-inclusive, liberal; encyclopedic, voluminous, exhaustive.
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(of the outcome of a contest) overwhelming, decisive, final; complete, total, full, thorough, thoroughgoing, out-and-out, outright, sheer; absolute, plenary, unconditional, unqualified.
-n. 3. sweepings dirt, dust, offscourings, filth, ashes, cinders; leavings, remains, residue, scum, scoria, slag, dross; leftovers, orts, crumbs, bits and pieces, shreds, fragments, odds and ends, junk, rummage; litter, debris, rubbish, rubble, refuse, trash, throwaways. sweet,
adj. 1. sugary, sweetened, honeyed, honey, honey-sweet, confectionary; candied, nectared, nectar-eous, nectarean, saccharine.
2. fresh, pure, refreshing, wholesome, clean; appetizing, flavorous, flavorsome, delicious; good, tasty, palatable, delectable, saporous.
3. sweet-sounding, mellifluous, dulcet, melodious. See sweet-sounding.
4. fragrant, perfumed, sweet-smelling. See sweet-scented.
5. pleasing, pleasant, pleasurable, enjoyable, to one's liking, to one's fancy, to one's taste.
6. amiable, gracious, likeable, pleasant, good-natured,
Scot. and North Eng., Irish Eng. sonsy; congenial, Scot. couthie, Ger. gemlitlich, complaisant; gracious, genial, polite, cordial, courteous, accommodating; amicable, friendly, neighborly, sociable.
7. appealing, attractive, comely, beautiful, elegant; bewitching, entrancing, charming, captivating, seductive, glamorous, alluring.
8. dear, beloved, dearest, loved, precious, treasured, cherished, valued, prized; favorite, pet, favored, darling.
9. sentimental, treacly, sickening, cloying; syrupy, sickeningly sweet,
Inf. buttery; overdone, cutesy, too nice.
10. sweet on
Informal, infatuated with, in love with, taken with, SI. stuck on, gone on, keen on or about, wild about, mad about, head over heels in love with. sweeten, v. 1. make sweet, dulcify; candy, sugar, sugar-coat; mull.
2. soften, make mild, milden, mellow; make tender, make kind; mollify, pacify, appease, soothe, solace; alleviate, relieve, mitigate, palliate, allay, solace, assuage, ease, abate; temper, moderate.
3. purify, cleanse, disinfect,
Chem. edulcorate; freshen, deodorize; ventilate, aerate, air.

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