Definition of Lemonades

1. Noun. (plural of lemonade) ¹



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Definition of Lemonades

1. lemonade [n] - See also: lemonade

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Lemonades

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

Literary usage of Lemonades

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1. The Dessert Book: A Complete Manual from the Best American and Foreign (1872)
"lemonades AND ACIDULATED DRINKS. HOT LEMONADE. — MILK LEMONADE. ... lemonades. IN making lemonade, always choose the freshest and ripest lemons ; rasp the ..."

2. Medical Lexicon: A Dictionary of Medical Science ... with French and Other by Robley Dunglison (1860)
"... cold water, cold lemonades, soda-water, and effervescing draughts internally ; and externally, cool air, cold water, evaporating lotions, ..."

3. The Techno-chemical Receipt Book: Containing Several Thousand Receipts by William Theodore Brannt, William Henry Wahl (1886)
"American Syrups for Mineral Waters and lemonades. Lemon Syrup. Peel fresh lemons ami «rate the peel with a sufficient quantity of granulated sugar. ..."

4. Bulletin of Pharmacy (1893)
"Consequently the lemonades contain three principal constituents: water, acid, ... It is, however, permissible to prepare lemonades to some extent ..."

5. Dr. Chase's Recipes: Or, Information for Everybody; an Invaluable Collection by Alvin Wood Chase, William Wesley Cook (1920)
"Fruit Juice lemonades.—lemonades may be made from fruit juices by proceeding the same as with plain lemonades, excepting that only a small amount of lemon ..."

6. The Cultivated Oranges and Lemons, Etc. of India and Ceylon: With Researches by Emanuel Bonavia (1888)
"Tartaric acid, being much cheaper than citric acid, is largely used for making these so-called lemonades. Sulphuric acid, largely diluted, is often, ..."

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