Definition of honeyed
1a : made with or having honeyb : resembling honey
2 : pleasingly sweet her honeyed voice
Recent Examples of honeyed from the Web
Spelt flour, which can be easily substituted for white flour, added mild sweetness and a honeyed hue.
Glee star Domenech contributes a honeyed tenor, and Szot powers his verses with an operatic baritone tinged with a whisper of a South American accent that anchors the gravity of his role in history.
Just ask Jennifer Lopez, who readied for a romantic outing in France by combing her trademark honeyed brunette hair into a swingy ponytail characterized by a light-catching smoothness at the crown.
The base spirit, Hibiki Japanese whisky, is soft and a little honeyed, bringing a delicate profile to a strong drink.
The aroma is honeyed, slightly nutty and touched with vanilla.
Honeyed timbres support their back-road-folk influences in songs about heartache and home towns.
Montaigne’s essays can seem like the Yquem of writing: sweet but smart, honeyed but a little acid.
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