Definition of May wine

1. Noun. A punch made of Moselle and sugar and sparkling water or champagne flavored with sweet woodruff.

Definition of May wine

1. Noun. A German beverage, traditionally served on the May Day holiday, made with white wine and woodruff. ¹

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Lexicographical Neighbors of May Wine

May 35th
May Day
May Day sweep
May Day sweeps
May Days
May Queen
May apple
May apple root
May apples
May beetle
May blob
May blossom
May bug
May lily
May queen
May wine (current term)
May wines
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Mayan language
Mayan pyramid
Mayan pyramids

Literary usage of May wine

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1. The Silken East: A Record of Life and Travel in Burma by Vincent Clarence Scott O'Connor (1904)
"... Through the Forest 693 The Bamboo Aisles of the Forest 695 At the River of May-wine 699 Raftman at May-wine 705 The Hut at May-wine 711 Marching through ..."

2. The Rise and Development of Organic Chemistry by Carl Schorlemmer (1894)
"Bleibtreu, who discovered it in sweet woodruff, says: " The excellent scent by which ' May-wine ' is distinguished is nothing but the aroma of this ..."

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