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  • noun uncountable A cherry-flavoured drink.
  • noun countable A glass of this drink.
  • noun countable A variety of this drink.


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cherry +‎ -ade


  • Cherry pie..cherrie jam…cherryade…cherry clafoutais…cherry…cherry…

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  • Awaiting for them in the living room were pizzas, burgers, alcohol, soft drinks including cherryade, cream soda and lemonade and games including swingball, cup and ball and sticky ball.

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  • They taste pretty good - being lemonade, cherryade, and strawberry lemonade flavors.

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  • So yeah my buddy spoilt me, she bought me a kids drink called a woo woo or fire engine or somit like that lol from the pub (coz i dnt drink alcohol so that's wot the barman made me, basically a cherryade type drink) i even had an ice cream from mc donalds too, which defo beat the oats i'd had for breakfast that's for sure lol. TravelStream™ — Recent Entries at

  • Of course they still make cherryade, and diamond white, and hoffmeister and .....

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  • Increasingly, if this brew is an alcopop made to taste like a drink for five-year-olds, all cherryade and cola, so much the better.

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  • And then some adenoidal typists from Birmingham with flabby white legs and diarrhoea trying to pick up hairy bandy-legged wop waiters called Manuel and once a week there's an excursion to the local Roman Remains to buy cherryade and melted ice cream and bleeding Watney's Red Barrel and one evening you visit the so called typical restaurant with local colour and atmosphere and you sit next to a party from Rhyl who keep singing "Torremolinos, torremolinos" and complaining about the food - "It's so greasy isn't it?"

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