1. with honey added
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How To Use honied In A Sentence

  • I read, and kindled; nor found I what to do to those deaf and dead, of whom myself had been, a pestilent person, a bitter and a blind bawler against those writings, which are honied with the honey of heaven, and lightsome with Thine own light: and I was consumed with zeal at the enemies of this Scripture. The Confessions
  • I loved this elegant, summer sticky bursting with bold, waxy, honied and peach-stashed fruit. Times, Sunday Times
  • They ride the rollercoaster of baroque counterpoint with clarity and panache; in honied harmonies they ski and glide. Times, Sunday Times
  • See for yourself by tucking into this gorgeous, fat, ripe, spicy, steely, yet honied, stone-fruit-charged delight. Times, Sunday Times
  • He honied my life when he was alive.
  • There is but one confiderable town in the whole ifland; it is Honied Fonchiale, and is feated on the fouch part of the ifland, 'at the bottom of a large bay. A new collection of voyages, discoveries and travels : containing whatever is worthy of notice, in Europe, Asia, Africa and America
  • There were other things which in them did more take my mind; to talk and jest together, to do kind offices by turns; to read together honied books; to play the fool or be earnest together; to dissent at times without discontent, as a man might with his own self; and even with the seldomness of these dissentings, to season our more frequent consentings; sometimes to teach, and sometimes learn; long for the absent with impatience; and welcome the coming with joy. The Confessions
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