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

Examples of lemonade in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web For generations, kids who wanted to fundraise for a worthy cause could gather supplies from the kitchen, mix a pitcher of lemonade, and set up a stand on their street corner. Vicky Hallett, National Geographic, "Here’s how kids can volunteer, even from home," 23 June 2020 Set up your lounge chair, make sure there’s a pitcher of lemonade at your elbow, and tie one of these 100 percent cotton towels around your waist to show off its rich color, texture, and tassels. Popular Science, "Best beach towels for the whole family," 23 June 2020 From lemonade stands and walking dogs to babysitting and running errands, Hank joins a select group of industrious kids in their preteens and early teens who have found ways to do their part to help support their households. Vincent T. Davis, ExpressNews.com, "San Antonio youngster starts own lawn service in Northeast Side neighborhood," 22 June 2020 The Adult Arnold Palmer ($8) keeps it simple with Deep Eddy Sweet Tea Vodka and fresh lemonade. Georgann Yara, azcentral, "Here are 22 restaurants and bars with to-go cocktails around metro Phoenix," 22 June 2020 And the first 50 guests in Cincinnati's LOCOBA tasting room will receive a strawberry-lemonade cookie from The BonBonerie. Marc Bona, cleveland, "Platform Beer Co. to launch sour beers to mark 6 years in business," 16 June 2020 Last year, Burt started a lemonade stand and made $150—a pretty good profit for someone in second grade. Emily Vanschmus, Better Homes & Gardens, "Meet the 9-Year-Old Donating Her Lemonade Stand Money to Those In Need," 16 June 2020 The incident appears to the latest example of black people in the US having the police called on them for routine activities such as operating a lemonade store, golfing too slowly, or birding. Stella Chan And Jon Passantino, CNN, "Video shows police arrested a black man after he was seen dancing in the street," 9 June 2020 Inclusion Coffee, located across from where the protest started, donated a few dozen iced coffees, waters and lemonades. Reese Oxner, Dallas News, "After night of looting and destruction, Arlington protest remains peaceful," 2 June 2020

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First Known Use of lemonade

1604, in the meaning defined at sense 1

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The first known use of lemonade was in 1604

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1 Jul 2020

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“Lemonade.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/lemonade. Accessed 11 Jul. 2020.

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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


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Kids Definition of lemonade

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

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