Origin of honeyed
Related formshon·eyed·ly, adverbhon·eyed·ness, nounun·hon·eyed, adjective
Definition for honeyed (2 of 2)
noun, plural hon·eys.
verb (used with object), hon·eyed or hon·ied, hon·ey·ing.
verb (used without object), hon·eyed or hon·ied, hon·ey·ing.
Origin of honey
Related formshon·ey·ful, adjectivehon·ey·less, adjectivehon·ey·like, adjective
Examples from the Web for honeyed
Take, for instance, the honeyed words of Jim Bunning (R-KY).
All their honeyed friendship had vanished; a word had sufficed to reveal what sharp teeth there were behind their smiling lips.The Fat and the Thin|Emile Zola
A juicy journal would be a new departure—it suggests oily words and honeyed speeches!The Leader of the Lower School|Angela Brazil
Even at the earliest morning hour, when the sun had barely reached the garden, I found them at their honeyed labors.