I am in the process of sweetening him up .
It has been an apothegm these five thousand years, that toil sweetens the bread it earns.
Your tea is sweetened with honey.
If you sweeten him up he’ll do the work for you.
He tried to sweeten the pill by telling her she’d only be in hospital a few days.
Surely Mr Hammond could have sweetened the deal if he had really wanted it?
Who told you that certain bitter tubers can be sweetened by leaving them in a stream overnight?
Really. The sweetened yogurt tastes to chemical to me.
Oh, and I like this sweetened whipped cream.
Give me an ounce of civet, good apothecary, to sweeten my imagination.
These three sweetened foods differ only in the process used to make them.
Whisk that up, and that is basically your kind of sweetened, flavored base.
They're sweetened using sugar alcohols like maltitol, which is a potent osmotic laxative.
We started...really started in the Middle Ages when people started flavouring and using fruit to sweeten recipes.
The flower sweetens the air with its perfume; yet its last service is to offer itself to thee.
In 2007, Google sweetened its leave policy, extending paid maternity leave to nearly five months, from three.
They've been fried just enough to be crispy and golden. You dip them into this sweetened condensed milk.
And if you want to sweeten it up, you can also add in about 1 tablespoon of powdered sugar.
" There was neither use nor beauty in such a life as theirs, for they never sweetened the sorrow of others."
Even the sour, old Pope Innocent X began to sweeten on Bernini, as Borromini skulked unhappily through the Vatican corridors.
Eele dilutes two cups of homemade redcurrant juice with two cups of water and just enough sugar to sweeten it.
That has led Excalibur Almaz to sweeten its deal by offering equity in the company to its first paying passengers.
We sweeten our tea with black cherries. lt's good.
I can do to get you to sweeten the deal?
Actually, it's fruit juice sweetened. Can I cut you...