- n. Plural form of nectar.
“Off to the side is a large, stainless-steel fermentation tank, where sacramental "nectars" or "liquid knowledge" are produced for meditation sessions.”
“Toss your moisturizer in favor of deeply hydrating nectars no, they won't make you break out.”
“Adults consume a variety of nectars, including those from azalea, Japanese honeysuckle, milkweed, and thistle flowers.”
“What the Ryan plan is saying is that 10% of the population is going to have access to the top shelf, to the sweetest nectars, like Chopin, Ciroc, and the Goose.”
“He trapped her helpless whimper between his lips, his deft fingertips coaxing the tender petals of her body open like some exotic flower ripe with the sweetest and thickest of nectars.”
“Over time and through continued use, the nectars bring about a change in your perception.”
“Then we transform them into nectars and other pure forms.”
“Both male and female mosquitoes feed on plant nectars for nourishment.”
“Gave up coca cola and sweet tea years ago (both nectars of the gods, sigh), don't like coffee, so zero.”
“Last year we also took the step of removing added sugar from our fruit nectars, also in response to concerns among customers.”
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