Definition of Hydromels

1. hydromel [n] - See also: hydromel



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Hydromels

hydromanias
hydromantic
hydromantie
hydromanty
hydrombobomkulite
hydromechanical
hydromechanically
hydromechanics
hydromedusa
hydromedusae
hydromel
hydromellone
hydromellonic acid
hydromels (current term)
hydromeningocele
hydrometallated
hydrometallation
hydrometallations
hydrometallurgical
hydrometallurgically
hydrometallurgy
hydrometeor
hydrometeorological
hydrometeorology
hydrometeors
hydrometer
hydrometers
hydromethylation

Literary usage of Hydromels

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1. A History of Taxation and Taxes in England from the Earliest Times to the by Stephen Dowell (1888)
"These beverages are two different sorts of hydromels or honey drinks. Mead is a very ancient drink, resembling the ..."

2. Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine (1825)
"... Our tavern knows none of 'em, Water's a hum. Jessamine makes a pretty crown ; But as a drink, 'twill never go down. All your hydromels and Hips ..."

3. The World's Wit and Humor: An Encyclopedia of the Classic Wit and Humor of by Lionel Strachey (1912)
"Jessamine makes a pretty crown, But as a drink 'twill never go down. All your hydromels and flips Come not near these prudent lips. ..."

4. Les ressources fiscales de la France by Gaston Bergeret (1883)
"... et hydromels. Si l'on pouvait imposer toutes les boissons à la fabrication, comme le sel et le sucre, ce serait le meilleur des systèmes ; mais on ne ..."

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