Definition of Lemonade mix

1. Noun. A commercial mix for making lemonade.

Generic synonyms: Ready-mix



Lexicographical Neighbors of Lemonade Mix

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
lemonade mix (current term)
lemonades
lemonal
lemonary
lemoned
lemonier
lemoniest
lemoniness
lemoning
lemonish
lemonize
lemonized
lemonizes

Literary usage of Lemonade mix

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

1. The Improved Housewife: Or Book of Receipts, with Engravings for Marketing by A. L. Webster (1855)
"Lemonade. Mix the juice of two lemons with a pint of water, sweetening to the taste. Some like nutmeg grated on it, or some of the squeezed lemon cut in it. ..."

2. Jennie June's American Cookery Book: Containing Upwards of Twelve Hundred by Jane Cunningham Croly (1866)
"PORTABLE LEMONADE. Mix strained lemon juice to loaf sugar, in the proportion of four large lemons to a pound of white sugar, or as much as it will hold in ..."

3. Light Entertaining: A Book of Dainty Recipes for Special Occasions by Judson, Helena, Butterick Publishing Company (1910)
"GINGER LEMONADE Mix equal quantities of strong lemonade and ginger ale. Garnish with Maraschino cherries and tiny shreds of crystalized ginger. ..."

4. Household Science and Arts by Josephine Morris (1913)
"PINEAPPLE LEMONADE Mix the pineapple, lemon juice, and sugar; pour on the boiling water, and let it stand about fifteen minutes, or until it is cool. ..."

5. An Introduction to Practical Pharmacy: Designed as a Text-book for the by Edward Parrish (1859)
"Lemonade. Mix Lemon syrup Water (iced) Stir them well together. Qj. Orange Syrup. Cong, ij, or qs Take of oranges, the fresh fruit, a convenient number, ..."

6. Jennie June's American Cookery Book, Containing Upwards of Twelve Hundred by Jane Cunningham Croly (1878)
"... LEMONADE. Mix strained lemon juice to loaf sugar, in the proportion of four large lemons to a pound of white sugar, or as much as it will hold in ..."

7. Household Science and Arts for Elementary Schools by Josephine Morris (1913)
"PINEAPPLE LEMONADE Mix the pineapple, lemon juice, and sugar; pour on the boiling water, and let it stand about fifteen minutes, or until it is cool. ..."

8. The New Century Home Book: A Mentor for Home Life in All Its Phases; a by Frank A. DePuy (1900)
"PORTABLE LEMONADE. Mix one ounce of powdered tartaric acid, six ounces of powdered sugar, and one dram of essence of lemon. ..."

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