- n. The juice of fruit as a drink.
- n. drink produced by squeezing or crushing fruit
“So he used one thirtysecond piece on a long tube of fruit juice and some succulent slices of a rind-melon, found himself an inconspicuous spot in one lounge area, and settled to listen as he sipped his drink and ate.”
“In the end she welcomed Umm Faisal's entrance, to bear her chattering daughter away and leave her guest a glass of chilled fruit juice and the promised sleeping tablet.”
“Unsweetened iced tea with a splash about 2 tablespoons of fruit juice”
“• Lainesborough: Passion fruit juice and cranberry in equal parts.”
“Basically all calorie-containing sweeteners—white sugar, raw sugar, brown sugar, maple syrup, honey, corn syrup, molasses, fruit juice sweetener, dextrose, or maltose and even high-fructose corn syrup—are about the same healthwise.”
“Putting the soaked towel aside, he downed a long swig of chilled fruit juice from the driver's feedline before starting the engine.”
“Instead, add fresh herbs like mint or tarragon and a little splash of fruit juice for sweetness and flavor.”
“In fruit juice Tropicana is beauty; Fruitopia and Mountain Dew are excitement.”
“A routine stopover at a nearby coffee shop for a doughnut and fruit juice may be the perfect after-blood-test treat.”
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