the plant family Caprifoliaceae, typified by shrubs and woody vines having opposite leaves, clusters of usually flaring, narrow, tubular flowers, and various types of fruit, and including the elder, honeysuckle, snowberry, twinflower, and viburnum.
noun 1. . noun 1. (arts) another term for anthemion
[huhn-ee-sweet] /ˈhʌn iˈswit/ adjective 1. sweet as honey. adjective 1. sweet or endearing
/ˈhʌnɪˌtræp/ noun 1. (informal) a scheme in which a victim is lured into a compromising sexual situation to provide an opportunity for blackmail noun See honey trap
- Honey trap
noun a strategy whereby an attractive person coerces another person into doing or revealing something; also, a person employing this strategy to entrap another; also written honeytrap Examples It’s the oldest sting in the book – the honeytrap. Word Origin originally in espionage, now mainly applied to journalism Usage Note mainly UK