orangeade

noun
or·ange·ade | \ˌär-in-ˈjād, ˌär(-ə)n-, ˌȯr-in-, ˌȯr(-ə)n-\

Definition of orangeade 

: a beverage of sweetened orange juice mixed with water

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She was immediately swarmed by the group of excited orange-shirted women, who were spending the day dispensing orangeade and cookies to beachgoers in an effort to raise awareness about gun violence. Maeve Reston, CNN, "California's primary could be another big night for female candidates," 5 June 2018

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First Known Use of orangeade

1706, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for orangeade

French, from orange + -ade

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