Definition of Milk shake
1. Noun. Frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream.
Generic synonyms: Drink
Specialized synonyms: Eggshake, Frappe, Malt, Malted, Malted Milk
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Literary usage of Milk shake
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1. Obstetrics for nurses by Joseph Bolivar De Lee (1917)
"Milk-shake.—White of i egg, i dram of sugar, 2 tablespoonfuls of chipped ice, i ounce of cream. Shake in milk-shaker two minutes. ..."
2. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1916)
"A good milk shake is a mighty good drink, nourishing and healthful and fine for children. The main objection heretofore was the time and trouble it took to ..."
3. Dairy Laboratory Guide by Charles Wesley Melick (1907)
"milk shake To J pint of whole or skim-milk add about one table- spoonful of sugar, about twice that amount of powdered ice, a pinch of baking soda, ..."
4. Obstetrics for Nurses by Charles Bert Reed (1917)
"milk shake.—"White of 1 egg, 1 ounce sugar, 1 ounce chipped ice," 1 ounce cream. ... Add 1 pint fresh cold milk. Shake well. Place on ice. ..."
5. Rigby's Reliable Candy Teacher: With Complete and Modern Soda, Ice Cream and by Will O. Rigby, Fred Rigby (1920)
"HOW TO MAKE A milk shake Take 1i/4 ounces of the desired flavor in a heavy ... Make a cream shake the same as a milk shake only use one-half cream and one- ..."