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sweetie

[swee-tee] /ˈswi ti/
noun
1.
Informal. sweetheart.
2.
Usually, sweeties. British. candy; sweets.
Origin of sweetie
1695-1705
1695-1705; sweet + -ie
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sweetie

/ˈswiːtɪ/
noun (informal)
1.
sweetheart; darling: used as a term of endearment
2.
(Brit) another word for sweet (sense 20)
3.
(mainly Brit) an endearing person
4.
a large seedless variety of grapefruit which has a green to yellow rind and juicy sweet pulp
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Word Origin and History for sweetie
n.

1721, "lollipop;" 1778, "lover, sweetheart," from sweet (n.) + -ie.

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Slang definitions & phrases for sweetie

sweetheart contract

noun phrase

A labor contract that particularly favors the employer and is usually negotiated by a corrupt union official (1950s+ Labor union)


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Related Abbreviations for sweetie

sweetie

sweetheart
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