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grenadine

noun gren·a·dine \ˌgre-nə-ˈdēn, ˈgre-nə-ˌ\

: a sweet liquid that is made from a type of red fruit (called a pomegranate) and that is used in alcoholic drinks

Full Definition of GRENADINE

1
:  an open-weave fabric of various fibers
2
:  a moderate reddish orange
3
:  a syrup flavored with pomegranates and used in mixed drinks

Origin of GRENADINE

French, from grenade coarse silk fabric, pomegranate
First Known Use: 1852

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