- n. Plural form of lemon.
“Oh, and an unsatisfyingly short moment of whore-to-girlfriend cunnilingus, and some shoving of the title lemons in various of the whore's orifices.”
“February 23, 2008 3: 32 AM bee said ... your recipe for preserved lemons is so straightforward. i'll be making them soon.”
“Sucking lemons is all well and good, but does he have to scrape the zest off (culinary pun!) for the rest of us?”
“Supposedly the scent of lemons is a natural anti-nausea treatment.”
“In too many recipes, I find that the delicacy of the Meyer lemons is lost and you might just as well have used Eureka lemons.”
“I meant to ask you about the proper names of fruit, for example I can buy lemons but the only thing I would know about these lemons is organic or not and not the variety.”
“I have no suggestions but I'm pretty impressed that you are getting lemons from a lemon plant grown on your windowsill.”
“I can't imagine that its enormous stock of lemons is a-- what did you call it?”
“Oranges and lemons is nursery rhyme and kids game in Britian.”
“Apple's "lemons" -- iMacs with yellow monitor discoloration -- continue to roll off the line.”
These user-created lists contain the word ‘lemons’.
includes words of the "Prodcom list"
this is a list of the words I use the most. if you look at all of them you can kind of tell my personality.
These are all the words I LOVE! Some are real, some are made up, some are different languages. But I love em' all just the same!
A complete list of the red cards (things) from the popular word game.
The delicious wonderful words that I love terribly dearly and without which, the world would be a less inventive and worthwhile place. Also, ostensibly, the reason 1984 and esperanto secretly suck.
activities, objects, people, food
Words I like to use in poetry and stuff
A classmate of mine said this a few weeks ago.
Looking for tweets for lemons.