Definition of sangria
: a usually iced punch typically made of red wine, fruit or fruit juice, and soda water
Recent Examples of sangria from the Web
Get these at the Downtown winery or make them yourself at home using wines from Easley's Reggae series of white, blush, red or sangria.
Red, White, and Blue Sangria Booze isn't exactly a health food, but this sangria is filled with fruit, so at least there's that.
Order slushies or, for a large group, a carafe of sangria ($20) or a bottle of vinho verde ($34) from the walk-up window.
On Wednesdays, Carrabba's also offers any pizzas for $9.99 and $10 off bottles of wine $5 glasses of sangria and $10 off bottles of wine.
My envy usually melts away by the second glass of sangria.
Sitting next to Boss Bar (same ownership), Fat Baby Tacos offers tacos and burritos, late-night tamales and a wide range of cocktails, sangrias and agua frescas.
Add berries, citrus, melon and more to water, sodas or even sangria for a tasty way to stay hydrated this summer.
Brignole has also made its mark with specialty sangrias, in rotating, seasonal flavors like peach strawberry, apple pear, cucumber watermelon and rosemary cran-apple.
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Origin and Etymology of sangria
First Known Use: 1951See Words from the same year
SANGRIA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sangria for English Language Learners
: an alcoholic drink made of red wine, fruit juice, and often soda water
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