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- n. The liquid extract of lime fruit, notably sour and often condensed, as used especially in food preparation.
- n. Limeade, a fruit juice made from limes.
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- n. usually freshly squeezed juice of limes
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“Within the tropics lime juice and sugar were made to suffice as antiscorbutics; on reaching a higher latitude, sour-krout and vinegar were substituted; the essence of malt was served for the passage to New Holland, and for future occasions, on consulting with the surgeon, I had thought it expedient to make some slight changes in the issuing of the provisions.
She sipped some of the sweetly tangy lime juice and revealed, ‘Most of my travelling was done with my mother, and she wasn’t an adventurous tourist.