unsweet

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From Middle English unswete, from Old English unswēte (unsweet; bitter; sour), from Proto-Germanic *unswōtuz (unsweet), equivalent to un- +‎ sweet. Cognate with West Frisian ûnswiet (unsweet), Dutch onzoet (unsweet), German Low German unsööt (unsweet), German unsüß (unsweet), Swedish osöt (unsweet), Icelandic ósætur (unsweet).

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unsweet (comparative more unsweet, superlative most unsweet)

  1. Not sweet.

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unsweet tea

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