lime·​ade | \ ˌlīm-ˈād How to pronounce limeade (audio) , ˈlī-ˌmād\

Definition of limeade

: a beverage of sweetened lime juice mixed with plain or carbonated water

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In the meantime there is an excellent limeade sweetened with demerara sugar and a dark purple, fruity sorrel punch, which can give the impression it has been lightly spiked with rum. New York Times, "A Brooklyn Favorite for Jamaican Food Beats the Odds," 26 June 2018 Rosato is particularly proud of the fact that the limeade is made fresh in front of each customer who orders it at the counter. Birmingham Magazine,, "This Mountain Brook establishment has remained a favorite after 90 years in business," 12 Feb. 2018 The Pachangarita is an icy mix of Sun King’s Pachanga Mexican-style lager, tequila, limeade and lime sparkling water. Liz Biro, Indianapolis Star, "Sun King Distillery in Carmel: What to know before you go," 3 July 2018 Drinks and Wine While the liquor license is pending, the best choices are limeade and sorrel punch. New York Times, "A Brooklyn Favorite for Jamaican Food Beats the Odds," 26 June 2018 Beverage options: Wine and beer, plus house sangria; fresh limeade, tea, and Temple coffee are among the nonalcoholic options. Kate Washington, sacbee, "It’s good to be back: Celestin’s revives its particular brand of gumbo and grace," 22 June 2018 Judging from the aggressive passion behind stuffed lobster, the limeade crush of rockfish ceviche and the coiled luster of shrimp in cilantro cream, Rebelle was ready for the sea change. Mike Sutter, San Antonio Express-News, "Review: Reborn Rebelle now San Antonio’s finest seafood restaurant," 14 June 2018 Pour limeade into a clear 2-cup measure; add cold water to equal 2 cups; stir in sugar until dissolved. Woman's Day, "Lime and Berry Loaf Cake," 1 Feb. 2012 Hopefully New Leaf’s housemade limeade slush has prepared you for a return to the heat, since the second half of today’s temple marathon takes you through the Little Circuit, to Angkor Thom and its structures both hulking and intricate. Cynthia Drescher, Condé Nast Traveler, "3 Days in Siem Reap," 16 Apr. 2018

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1892, in the meaning defined above

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The first known use of limeade was in 1892

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