- n. Plural form of cola.
“Everyone calls colas in general "Coke", but they don't always mean Coca-Cola.”
“People don't drink no-name colas, but lots of people drink no-name coffees," she says.”
“While my mid-20th-century role model, journalist Martha Gellhorn, may have called colas”
“She will understand that you are talking about her ferns, which are called colas de quetzal, and not her tail.”
“Speaking of "colas" reminds me of another item that interested us.”
“Scientists at the University of California at Davis recently found significant levels of 4 methylimidazole in colas that far exceeds what the state considers to be safe.”
“My lord, his wife said, and holy mother of Theresa, the other one's wife shouted as each of them walked through their respective doors, the paneling and the wallpaper and the ceiling tiles and the rafters in the attic singing praises that they were home and not in some cell somewhere with some stranger who looked like Charles Manson but had only stolen some colas from the convenient-store coolers.”
“Check out the full list at the link below for a break down that includes different kinds of colas, energy drinks, and more.”
“Concern also has been raised over the phosphoric acid in soft drinks, especially colas, added for that tangy taste.”
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