lemonade

noun
lem·​on·​ade | \ ˌle-mə-ˈnād How to pronounce lemonade (audio) \

Definition of lemonade

1 : a beverage of sweetened lemon juice mixed with water
2 British : a sweet, carbonated, lemon-flavored beverage : a lemon soda

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There will be plenty to do at the festival in addition to consuming food from 21 vendors, a dozen breweries and wineries plus an old-fashioned ice cream cart, lemonade stand and popcorn cart. Elizabeth Marie Himchak, Pomerado News, "New ‘Vines & Vittles’ festival is next month in Rancho Bernardo," 27 June 2019 The bill signed by the Republican governor Monday was passed this year after Texas police shut down a lemonade stand run by two girls in 2015. USA TODAY, "Pride pickup, sphinx on move, Tony Stark’s cabin: News from around our 50 states," 13 June 2019 Just think of all the lemonade to be made; the Martini twists; and the zests for pies! Marley Marius, Vogue, "8 Botanical Valentine’s Day Gifts That Aren’t Bouquets," 17 Jan. 2019 Stop by participating Dunkin' Donuts locations tomorrow, June 21, 2018, between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m. for a free 3.5-ounce sample of the new frozen lemonades. Olivia Harrison, refinery29.com, "Here's How To Get Free Frozen Lemonade At Dunkin' Donuts Tomorrow," 20 June 2018 Use up the ingredient: Make a basil syrup to sweeten and flavor lemonade and iced tea: In a saucepan, combine 1 cup each sugar and water. Woman's Day Kitchen, Woman's Day, "Linguine with No-Cook Tomato & Zucchini Sauce," 24 Jan. 2013 There were also fries, mini pizzas, lemonades served in actual lemons, and men handing out pretzels on their head... Carolyn Twersky, Seventeen, "Every Detail You Missed at Kylie Jenner’s Daughter’s Outrageous First Birthday Party," 11 Feb. 2019 The parent company of online beverage company Dirty Lemon will open the Drug Store, a cocktail bar and cashierless shop that sells lemonade drinks with charcoal, matcha and turmeric. Keiko Morris, WSJ, "In New York, a Glitzy New Mall Devotes a Floor to Online Retailers," 15 Jan. 2019 The house boasts views of Chauncey Creek, an oversized dock on 184 feet of water frontage, and a grapevine covered gazebo perfect for lazy afternoons drinking lemonade. Megan Barber, Curbed, "Lighthouse-inspired home in Maine asks $1.1M," 12 Sep. 2018

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First Known Use of lemonade

1604, in the meaning defined above

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lemonade

noun

English Language Learners Definition of lemonade

: a drink made usually of lemon juice, sugar, and water
British : a sweet lemon-flavored drink that contains many bubbles : a lemon soda

lemonade

noun
lem·​on·​ade | \ ˌle-mə-ˈnād How to pronounce lemonade (audio) \

Kids Definition of lemonade

: a drink made of lemon juice, sugar, and water

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