sweet (adj.) 1
perfumed, scented, fragrant
MND II.i.252 [Oberon to Puck, of a bank] overcanopied with ... sweet muskroses and with eglantine
RJ V.iii.1 [stage direction] Enter Paris and his Page, with flowers and sweet water
RJ V.iii.14 [Paris as if to Juliet] thy bridal bed ... / Which with sweet water nightly I will dew
Tit II.iv.6 [Chiron to Lavinia] call for sweet water, wash thy hands
TN I.i.42 [Orsino to all] Away before me to sweet beds of flowers!
TS Induction.i.47 [Lord to Huntsmen] burn sweet wood to make the lodging sweet
Ven 1079 [] The flowers are sweet, their colours fresh and trim
WT IV.iv.249 [Mopsa to Clown] you promised me a tawdry-lace and a pair of sweet gloves