limeade

noun
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

Examples of limeade in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Get the recipe: Minty limeade (feel free to add sugar to your preference) Postcard from Cape Cod Carla, Claire, Andy, Brad, Rick, Molly, and Christina went clamming while shooting [REDACTED] in Cape Cod this week. Alex Beggs, Bon Appétit, "Make Minty Limeade This Weekend (Tequila Optional)," 10 Aug. 2019 In sauces, soups or nonalcoholic limeades, resinous oils from lime zest give us fleeting whispers of lime aroma. Ali Bouzari, SFChronicle.com, "Housemade: How Tommy’s Mexican Restaurant highlights quality Tequila in its margaritas," 30 Dec. 2019 Refined enough for date night, but casual enough for fried baby dill pickles or smoked oysters with Parmesan stuffing from a tin at the bar with a tall glass of vodka cherry limeade over crunchy Sonic ice or just a cold Lone Star. Mike Sutter, ExpressNews.com, "Review: Kindling Texas Kitchen in Cibolo breaks the rules for Texas food," 1 Aug. 2019 Add the limeade concentrate (not defrosted), tequila, triple sec and ice to a blender. Danielle Pointdujour, Essence, "These Frozen Cocktails Are Just What You Need To Chill Out This Weekend," 19 July 2019 Or experiment with yogurt, coconut milk or a splash of orange juice, lemonade or limeade. Claire Perez, sun-sentinel.com, "Claire’s tip of the week: Easy mango popsicles," 28 June 2019 Several housemates had chopped fresh vegetables, scooped lentils from a 24-quart tub to turn into soup, prepared a fresh salad, browned flatbreads in a pan and mixed fresh batches of lemonade and limeade. Cassa Niedringhaus, The Denver Post, "Once-controversial, Boulder housing co-ops proving worth in affordability, community," 16 June 2019 At the Christmas party, Sandy Loughren will make green drinks featuring limeade and vodka, with a cherry on top. James R. Hagerty, WSJ, "America’s Aging Bridge Clubs Find Themselves Holding a Tough Hand," 29 Apr. 2019 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

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First Known Use of limeade

1892, in the meaning defined above

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“Limeade.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/limeade. Accessed 7 Jun. 2020.

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