- of the nature of or resembling that of sugar: a powdery substance with a saccharine taste.
- containing or yielding sugar.
- very sweet to the taste; sugary: a saccharine dessert.
- cloyingly agreeable or ingratiating: a saccharine personality.
- exaggeratedly sweet or sentimental: a saccharine smile; a saccharine song of undying love.
Origin of saccharine
Examples from the Web for saccharine
Contemporary Examples of saccharine
This final episode of Extras is the perfect Christmastime escape for those who prefer the bittersweet to the saccharine.The Top 10 Nontraditional Christmas TV Episodes
December 25, 2014
What's new, then, is the pairing of unhappy truths with sweet kisses and saccharine confessions.Young Adult Novel Adaptations Put Mainstream Blockbusters to Shame
June 14, 2014
The Bachelor had debuted a year earlier, and audiences were ripe for a show that punctured its saccharine fairy-tale storyline.You Really Don't Want to Watch Fox’s ‘I Wanna Marry “Harry”’
May 20, 2014
Instead we get article after article of saccharine from people who really should know better.The Secret Pope Francis Haters
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March 11, 2014
His father was executed in 1942 by a German gendarme after attempting to smuggle a packet of saccharine into the Ghetto.The Week in Death: Irving Milchberg, the Teenage Gunrunner of the Warsaw Ghetto
March 1, 2014
Historical Examples of saccharine
It is incontestable that spirits are produced by the saccharine substance.The Art of Making Whiskey
She talked a great deal, and was saccharine to the little girl.The Cricket
The saccharine fermentation, in which starch and gum are changed into sugar.
Luckily, he is not saccharine like the majority of writers on religious topics.Egoists
Juice, saccharine, highly aromatic, and of a most excellent flavor.British Pomology
- excessively sweet; sugarya saccharine smile
- of, relating to, of the nature of, or containing sugar or saccharin
- Of, relating to, or characteristic of sugar or saccharin; sweet.