sweet as honey

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*sweet as honey

 and sweeter than honey; sweet as sugar
very sweet; charming. (*Also: as ~.) Larry's words were sweeter than honey as he tried to convince Alice to forgive him. Jill: Is Mary Ann nice? Jane: Yes, indeed. She's as sweet as honey. Your little girl is darling! Just as sweet as sugar.
See also: honey, sweet
References in classic literature ?
Dorian," she answered, lingering over his name with long-drawn music in her voice, as though it were sweeter than honey to the red petals of her mouth.
Then uprose smooth-tongued Nestor, the facile speaker of the Pylians, and the words fell from his lips sweeter than honey.
preservation -- sweeter than honey and stronger than a lion -- the
His voice is sweeter than honey from the locust, and goes into the ear thrilling like the song of a wren.
He added the friendship between Pakistan-China is higher than the mountain, deeper than the sea and sweeter than honey.
There is an ever-increasing number of journals and conferences, often created by our neighbour, who has become our saviour for all economic matters, and with whom our friendship is sweeter than honey.
Marriyum said that those relations were deeper than the sea, higher than the mountains and sweeter than honey.
The friendship between the two countries is impregnable, sweeter than honey and stronger than steel.
China relations with Pakistan are higher than Himalaya deeper than Indian Ocean, sweeter than honey and rightly termed all-weather friendship.
The Chief Minister said that Pak-China friendship is sweeter than honey, higher than Himalayas, deeper than oceans and stronger than steel and it has once again been verified with the departure of trade convoys from Gwadar Port.
Agave syrup is slightly sweeter than honey and about 1.
This iconic relationship is sweeter than honey, higher than the Himalayas and deeper than the oceans.
A Turkish proverb says "power is sweeter than honey.
It is sweeter than honey, a light for our feet and a lamp for our path, as the psalmist would say.
Sure the whole thing sounds sweeter than honey, doesn't it?