Definition of lemonade
1 : a beverage of sweetened lemon juice mixed with water
2 British : a sweet, carbonated, lemon-flavored beverage : a lemon soda
Recent Examples of lemonade from the Web
For the less adventurous eaters, there will be tacos, Italian ice and lemonade.
In addition to the food, there will be about 60 beers on tap, as well as nonalcoholic options such as lemonade, water, and Bai drinks.
Marilyn Fernandez, Jossue Espinosa and 11-year-old Ethan Espinosa of Bolingbrook enjoyed ribs, fries and lemonade for their third year in a row.
The body is light, fizzy, and refreshing--almost like a fizzy raspberry lemonade.
Students held bake sales, started lemonade stands and sold snacks to help raise money for Free Wheelchair Mission.
Right now, the Tigers are sitting on the sidewalk, waiting for someone to buy their lemonade.
Activated charcoal has been making an appearance in a number of bottled beverages, like charcoal water, lemonade and other pressed juices.
Even though the lemon’s culinary powers impress, a homemade glass of icy lemonade on a scorching day is one of summer’s simpler pleasures.
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First Known Use of lemonade
LEMONADE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of lemonade for English Language Learners
: a drink made usually of lemon juice, sugar, and water
: a sweet lemon-flavored drink that contains many bubbles : a lemon soda
LEMONADE Defined for Kids
Definition of lemonade for Students
: a drink made of lemon juice, sugar, and water
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