Definition of Milkshakes

1. Noun. (plural of milkshake) ¹



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Definition of Milkshakes

1. milkshake [n] - See also: milkshake

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Milkshakes

milkings
milkless
milklike
milkmaid
milkmaids
milkman
milkmen
milko
milkos
milkpan
milkpans
milkpox
milks
milkshakelike
milkshakes (current term)
milkshed
milksheds
milksop
milksoppy
milksops
milkvetch
milkvetches
milkwagon
milkweed
milkweed bug
milkweed bugs
milkweed family
milkweeds

Literary usage of Milkshakes

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1. Panama by Patricia Katzman (2006)
"milkshakes and other drinks); soursop: noni (a green fruit said to have medicinal ... AUTHOR NOTE: Be sure to sample thick, creamy batidos (milkshakes), ..."

2. The Enlisted Experience: A Conversation With the Chief Master Sergeants of edited by Janet R. Daly Bednarek (1995)
"The carhops hooked the tray on the side of the car with the milkshakes and the hamburgers on it. As we sat there eating, we began talking generally about ..."

3. All about the Farm by Jo Ellen Moore (2005)
"Because of the size of most electric blenders, you will probably make milkshakes for 4 or 5 children at a time. (Note: If you don't have a helper to ..."

4. Eating Hints for Cancer Patients by DIANE Publishing Company (1995)
"Adding instant breakfast powder to milk, puddings, custards, and milkshakes. • Adding strained meats (such as those in baby food) to broths. ..."

5. Eating Hints: Recipes and Tips for Better Nutrition During Cancer Treatment edited by Yale New Haven Med Cntr, Yale-New Haven Medical Center Staff (1990)
"... High Protein milkshakes 1 cup fortified milk 1 generous scoop ice cream 1/2 tsp. vanilla 2 Tbls. of butterscotch, chocolate or your favorite fruit syrup ..."

6. The Virginia Handbook by Blair Howard, Mary K. Burnham, Bill Burnham (2005)
"Baby Jim's Snack Bar is an old-fashioned outdoor snak bar serving burgers and milkshakes. 701 N. Main Street, v-825-9212. Travel back to the 1950s at the ..."

7. The Healthy Heart Handbook for Women by Marian Sandmaier (1992)
"... like: chocolate bars • Potato and corn chips prepared with saturated fat • Buttered popcorn • High-fat beverages, like: frappes, milkshakes, floats, ..."

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