Definition of Lemonade

1. Noun. Sweetened beverage of diluted lemon juice.

Generic synonyms: Ade, Fruit Drink

Definition of Lemonade

1. n. A beverage consisting of lemon juice mixed with water and sweetened.

Definition of Lemonade

1. Noun. A still beverage consisting of lemon and sugar, sometimes ice, and water, used mainly as a refreshment. ¹

2. Noun. A carbonated beverage made from lemon or artificial lemon flavouring/flavoring, water and sugar. ¹

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Definition of Lemonade

1. a beverage [n -S] - See also: beverage

Lexicographical Neighbors of Lemonade

lemon platt
lemon rind
lemon shark
lemon sharks
lemon sign
lemon socialism
lemon soda
lemon sole
lemon squeezer
lemon sumac
lemon tree
lemon verbena
lemon verbenas
lemon yellow
lemon zest
lemonade (current term)
lemonade mix

Literary usage of Lemonade

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Boston Cooking-school Cook Book by Fannie Merritt Farmer (1896)
"Irish Moss lemonade. ^ cup Irish moss. Juice 1 lemon. 2 cups cold water. Sugar. ... Flaxseed lemonade. 1 tablespoon whole flaxseed. Lemon juice. ..."

2. The Law of Pure Food and Drugs, National and State: With Appendices by William Wheeler Thornton (1912)
"Sale of an Inferior Article for lemonade. A statute forbade the manufacture of adulterated beverages, and the sale of any inferior or cheaper substance in ..."

3. The Home Cook Book: A Collection of Practical Receipts by Expert Cooks (1905)
"... Tea—Cool Beverages for Summer Days—Iced Coffee—Iced Tea—Summer Cocoa— Iced Cocoa—lemonade—Apollinaris lemonade—Sherry lemonade—Egg lemonade —The Making ..."

4. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy, and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1840)
"lemonade that has the flavour and appearance of Jelly. Pare 2 Seville oranges and 6 lemons as thin as possible, and steep them 4 hours in a quart of hot ..."

5. Beverages and Sauces of Colonial Virginia, 1607-1907 by L. S. F., Laura Simkins Fitchett (1906)
"When the sugar is dissolved, strain the lemonade through a fine sieve, ... The lemonade will be much improved by having the white of an egg beaten up in it; ..."

6. A New System of Domestic Cookery: Formed Upon Principles of Economy and by Maria Eliza Ketelby Rundell (1824)
"lemonade Pudding, to be eaten cold. With two ounces of white sugar, ... two Seville oranges and two lemons, make a pint of lemonade with cold water. ..."

7. The Successful Housekeeper: A Manual of Universal Application, Especially by Milon W. Ellsworth, Tinnie Ellsworth (1882)
"Lime juice squeezed into lemonade gives it a tart but pleasing flavor. ... This makes lemonade that is lemonade, and the peel in the pitcher is delicious. ..."

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