: the extractable fluid contents of cells or tissues
: a motivating, inspiring, or enabling force or factor
: a medium (such as electricity or gasoline) that supplies power
juices plural : the natural fluids of an animal body
: the liquid or moisture contained in something
slang : exorbitant interest exacted of a borrower under the threat of violence
: to extract the juice of
: to add juice to
Noun a glass of apple juice a variety of fruit juices the juice of a steak gravy made with real beef juices His camera ran out of juice because he forgot to replace the battery.
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NounRemove 1/2 cup and add to small bowl; whisk in oil, lime juice, and remaining 1/2 tablespoons honey, then set aside for serving. —Tina Martinez, Good Housekeeping, 16 May 2023 Drinks at hotel bars are included, and guest room mini-bars are restocked daily with snacks, juice, soft drinks, and beer. —Patricia Doherty, Travel + Leisure, 15 May 2023 Recipes include everything from sugar-free lemonade to lemon juice, cottage cheese to almond milk, and vanilla protein powder to powdered vanilla pudding mix. —Rebecca Jaspan, Mph, Rd, Cdn, Cdces, Health, 10 May 2023 Step 4Make the Berry Sauce, if desired: Combine berries, sugar, lemon juice, and 1/2 cup water in a small saucepan. —Beth Branch, Country Living, 9 May 2023 In a cocktail shaker, combine the lime juice, tequila, coconut rum and agave. —The Editors, Town & Country, 8 May 2023 The crowd was such a surprise that there were not enough communion cups to serve grape juice to all those in attendance. —Greg Garrison | , al, 7 May 2023 If adding a liquid, common choices include alcohol, vinegar and fruit juice. —Aaron Hutcherson, Washington Post, 5 May 2023 Suns specials include Suns Bru drafts for $5, a Purple Haze cocktail — made with Elijah Craig bourbon, fresh lemon juice, blueberry purée and a smiley face lollipop — for $10 and purple Gatorade shots for $10. Details: 4363 N. 75th St., Scottsdale. 480-550-7507, thehotchickaz.com. —Bahar Anooshahr, The Arizona Republic, 1 May 2023
VerbLeading 6-1 with no outs and the bases still juiced, Smith crushed a 3-2 count to left field, bouncing off the outstretched glove of Vestavia Hills’ William Tonsmeire for a grand slam and 10-1 lead. —Evan Dudley, al, 12 May 2023 If the aim was to get Jackman another top five Billboard 200 debut, then sure, his team failed – and the corrective seems pretty clear, to have loaded up the album with guests and twice as many tracks to juice the streaming figures. —Eric Renner Brown, Billboard, 9 May 2023 Last year, the United States passed the Inflation Reduction Act, which allocates hundreds of billions of dollars toward juicing the green economy and incentivizing people to climate-proof their homes. —WIRED, 20 Mar. 2023 The gas engine is supplemented by an e-motor located within the housing of the eight-speed dual-clutch automatic transmission, and it's juiced by a 7.4-kWh lithium-ion battery pack under the rear of the cabin. —Eric Stafford, Car and Driver, 7 Mar. 2023 Most exist solely as plot devices — including Kim (Bukky Bakray), Alison’s sort-of stepdaughter who all but disappears from the story once she’s fulfilled her purpose of juicing the stakes of a particular incident. —Angie Han, The Hollywood Reporter, 23 Feb. 2023 All-wheel drive is standard, and Genesis says the Electrified GV70 will come with a fast-charging system that will allow the battery to be juiced from 10 percent to 80 percent in under 20 minutes. —Drew Dorian, Car and Driver, 18 Feb. 2023 Justin Verlander even contended the balls were juiced. —Michael Marot, ajc, 24 Mar. 2023 In addition, the suite will be equipped with wireless charging stations to keep your devices fully juiced, a full-width screen and entertainment system that pairs with your phone, a personal wardrobe for your belongings and a table for in-air dining. —Rachel Cormack, Robb Report, 28 Feb. 2023 See More
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