Definition of Juleps

1. Noun. (plural of julep) ¹



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Definition of Juleps

1. julep [n] - See also: julep

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Juleps

juke joint
juke joints
jukebox
jukeboxes
jukeboxlike
juked
jukes
juking
jukskei
jukskeis
juku
jukujikun
jukus
julaceous
julep
juleps (current term)
julienne
julienned
juliennes
julienning
juliform
julus
juluses
july
jumar
jumared
jumaring
jumarred
jumarring
jumars

Literary usage of Juleps

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1. An American Glossary by Richard Hopwood Thornton (1912)
"1861 Mint juleps are made of whiskey, sugar, ice, very little water, and sprigs of fresh mint, to be sucked up after the manner of sherry cobblers. ..."

2. The English Physician; Enlarged with Three Hundred and Sixty-nine Medicines by Nicholas Culpeper (1814)
"juleps were first invented, as I suppose, in A rabia ; and. my reason is, ... Simple juleps, (for I have noth ng to say to compound* here) are thus made ..."

3. Eight Years in Canada: Embracing a Review of the Administrations of Lords by Richardson (John) (1847)
"... to my friends of the 4th, T renewed my rubber and the mint juleps, with a' gusto not at all diminished by the fortunate escape of the day. ..."

4. Poetry of America: Selections from One Hundred American Poets from 1776 to 1876 by William James Linton (1878)
"THE ORIGIN OF MINT juleps. 'Tis said that the gods, on Olympus of old One night, 'mid their revels, by BACCHUS were told That his last butt of nectar had ..."

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