- n. Plural form of julep.
“Unless they're talking about mint juleps, that is.”
“The captain sat down at one of the little tables where the frequenters of the saloon who were disposed to prolong the enjoyment of their drams discussed "juleps," "cobblers," and other villainous compounds.”
“Writing from Philadelphia, Poe blames his friend William Ross Wallace, a poet and lawyer, for making him drink too many "juleps" and for misbehaving on a visit to New York.”
“22 Minutes comedian Geri Hall's attempt to mock McGuinty falls flat University exhibits Poe letter apologizing for drinking 'juleps”
“a poet and lawyer, for making him drink too many "juleps".”
“Grab your crazy-big hats and mint juleps — it's Derby Day!”
“And every year for the Kentucky Derby, the north-central Kentucky town plays the gracious host who enjoys breaking out the seersucker and big hats and offering up mint juleps”
“For the 150,000 or so revelers who annually land some face-down upon the city, Louisville is a gracious host who enjoys breaking out big hats and offering up mint juleps while debating whether hometown jockey Calvin Borel will make it his fourth Derby win in five years.”
“Mint juleps aren't the only thing to make on this, the first Saturday in May: It's also time to make order out of chaos.”
“No matter how they may try to portray it (state's rights, mint juleps, cotton farming, etc ...) confederate history is always going to stand for slavery, civil war, and secession from the USA.”
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