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honeyed

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishhoneyedhon‧eyed /ˈhʌnid/ adjective  1 literaryQUIETNICE honeyed words or honeyed voices sound soft and pleasant, but are often insincere2 tasting like honey or covered in honey
Examples from the Corpus
honeyedMiss Verrett sang in a honeyed, seductive tone.And when she opens her mouth to speak, the words come out in the honeyed tones of the trained singer.He is reduced to wooing her with honeyed words on behalf of his handsome but tongue-tied young friend.For had not Caswell been beautiful - his full, sensuous lips, whispering honeyed words.honeyed yams
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