from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sweetened beverage of lime juice and plain or carbonated water.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A citrus drink made from water, sugar, and the juice of limes.
- n. A glass of this drink.
- n. A variety of this drink.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A sweetened beverage of lime juice and water.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. sweetened beverage of lime juice and water
The drinks are virtually the same - lemon/lime juice, sugar, water and ice - but limeade is a bit brighter and tangier than lemonade.
My favorite way to make limeade is with maple syrup and chilled sparkling water - the maple/lime combination is awesome.
Just as with lemonade, limeade is best when you start out with fresh limes.
Ingredients: 4 ounces limeade, 4 ounces tequila, 1/3 ounce triple sec The limeade is usually a premix.
After the froglets were released into the frog pond, the children were given "frog juice" aka limeade to celebrate.
Which is why limeade will always be superior to lemonade. choirshark: lemons vs. limes: lemons are rarely tasting bitter to me, lime do sometimes
He soon encountered a girl of about ten, who was selling limeade at a sidewalk stand.
I drank coffee, limeade made with pomegranates, and Red Bull.
The drink uses sweet cherry juice to take the edge off of sweet-tart limeade.
The cupcakes start off as plain vanilla cakes, but are then soaked in lime syrup to infuse the limeade zestiness into them.
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