Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the Gr. Ch.: The vessel in which the consecrated oblate is kept.
- n. A portion of the oblate which is placed in the cup as a symbol of the union of the body and blood of Christ. See commixture.
- n. [capitalized] A genus of top-shells of the family Trochidœ. It is represented by a number of species in the colder seas.
- n. A female given name.
- n. a cocktail made of tequila and triple sec with lime and lemon juice
- Borrowed from the Latin and Spanish Margarita ("Margaret"). (Wiktionary)
“As someone who thinks The Master and Margarita is one of the most splendid novels ever written, and Crime and Punishment one of the most boring, the Rejectionist is well aware that Mikhail Bulgakov is the author of the former, not the latter.”
“Margarita is a retired school teacher, and Patricia's husband is a medical doctor who owns a drug store.”
“The main significance of this Margarita is that although made with quantity and Tequila of choice on the rocks, a shot of 80 proof Grand Marnier liqueur is added to the mix to cut some of the heavy lemony taste out of the drink.”
“But the proportions vary from bartender to bartender, with the result that sometimes the Margarita is too sweet, or too sour, or just right.”
“Are you aware that Margarita is not a Mexican drink?”
“Flamingo Hilton Laughlin Margarita Glass Barware Large”
“Master and Margarita is considered his magnum opus as well as his swan song and it elevated his name into the hall-of-fame of the world’s greatest novelists.”
“I've no idea, so I'm going to say I see myself sitting on a beach sipping a Margarita, which is a nice thought.”
“What sort of people think the idea of Margarita cookies are bad?”
“This time it was dubbed Margarita with Chips and Salsa.”
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