Definition of "honey-like" []

  • A sweet viscid substance made by bees from nectar and stored in their nests or hives as food. It is spread on bread or used as a sweetening agent (noun)
  • Any similar sweet substance, esp the nectar of flowers (noun)
  • Anything that is sweet or delightful (noun)
  • A term of endearment (noun)
  • Something considered to be very good of its kind (noun)
  • Of, concerned with, or resembling honey (noun)
  • To sweeten with or as if with honey (verb)
  • To talk to (someone) in a fond or flattering way (verb) (c) HarperCollins Publishers Ltd 2016

Use "honey-like" in a sentence
  • "Our ragged wits, ragged minds, after acting out all, imitating all honey-like tunes, air song, excellence of song, true flower of the world."
  • "The blueberries add lots of flavor, as you might expect, and the apricots add both a honey-like floral flavor and a lot of moisture."
  • "Perched over our books and our cahiers, * we were intoxicated by the honey-like perfume that the flowers emitted; it made us forget the stress and transformed us into little worker bees."