Definition of sherbet
1 : a cold drink of sweetened and diluted fruit juice
2 : an ice with milk, egg white, or gelatin added
Recent Examples of sherbet from the Web
Blend cantaloupe with yogurt and freeze it into sherbet, or puree it with orange juice and mint to make a refreshing soup.
In a blender, combine strawberry soda, lemon sherbet and whole strawberries. 2.
In a large bowl, fold drained raspberries into sherbet.
An elevated take on the childhood classic is made with rainbow sherbet, pineapple chips and fresh berries.
Transfer the sherbet base to the refrigerator to cure for 4 hours, or preferably overnight.
The shop serves up to 24 flavors of ice cream, yogurt, sorbet, sherbet, and Italian ices at any given time.
The berry, developed in the 1920s and patented in 1937, inspired a flavor of sherbet and a shade of paint.
That no, bricks, tent stakes and more than 3.4 ounces of sherbet or miso paste are not permitted as carry-ons.
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Origin and Etymology of sherbet
Turkish & Persian; Turkish şerbet, from Persian sharbat, from Arabic sharba drink
First Known Use: 1603See Words from the same year
SHERBET Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sherbet for English Language Learners
: a frozen sweet dessert made from fruit or fruit juices
: a sweet powder used to make a bubbly drink or eaten by itself
SHERBET Defined for Kids
Definition of sherbet for Students
: a frozen dessert made of sweetened fruit juice and milk
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