Kate, sweetie, you really need to get some hem weights fitted to your clothes.
When your ship comes in, sweetie, will it have turkeys and jellies in it?
So sweetie told them all Mr. Rogers had said and done for her.
sweetie got out first, and ran and unlocked the door of the little corner store.
Which joke you may not understand, sweetie, being a lady, and I will not now stop to explain.
Here's a sweetie for ye; it's a peppermint lozenge, an' it's a graun' help.
I want to tell you sweetie it was the worst part of the whole war to me.
Say sweetie, take it or leave it, but I had honest clean forgot all about that wine which we had been sent for in the first place.
James drove sweetie home, for the last time, to the dilapidated old house.
But this little one with her head on my chest is such a sweetie!
A sweetheart, in all senses • Often a term of endearment in address: And Tom's the first sweetie she ever had/ Ain't my new computer a sweetie?
[1903+; an isolated instance, sweet-ee, is found by 1778]