Bittersweets [noun]

Definition of Bittersweets:

combination of red and yellow

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Sentence/Example of Bittersweets:

That’s somewhat bittersweet that those celebrations and ways of bringing people together can’t happen.

A generous amount of chopped bittersweet chocolate is added, and a quick roll in sugar makes them shimmer.

It was a bittersweet moment for Engel-Natzke and her family.

It took connections from the Art Institute and his pieces going viral online for Leonard to eventually land the Netflix deal in August — but it was a bittersweet moment.

It’s a sweet and simple movie with a healthy dose of bittersweet wistfulness for a fading world, and it’s beautiful.

Around the case he planted wild clematis, bittersweet, and wild-grapevines, and trained them over it until it was almost covered.

The flowers are gone, but they were not brighter than the winter berries and bittersweet that glow around one.

It was the Club that decorated the house with brown sedges and stalks of upstanding tawny corn and vines of bittersweet.

Celastrus scandens, more commonly known as bittersweet, is a native vine that can easily be domesticated.

This tiny beak we can readily distinguish bent beneath the body of our bittersweet hopper.