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  • n. Plural form of margarita.


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  • I've got a fabulous regular Mexican "limon" already, the kind you put in margaritas.

    Nurseries in Joco?

  • The margaritas are the appetizers, and this is the main course.

    Decoys, Inc.

  • I have always had a great love for the beautiful: sunsets, wild flowers, especially verbenas, so prettily called margaritas in this country; and beyond everything the rainbow spanning the vast gloomy heavens, with its green and violet arch, when the storm-cloud passes eastward over the wet sun-flushed earth.

    The Purple Land

  • The margaritas are a bit overpriced but St Arnold's in a chilled mug works for me. Chronicle

  • There's about ten years in your youth when you're on top of things: Your hair is the cool style and length, you know music that only the select few are aware of, you know the right kind of margaritas to get drunk on.

    "Deep Purple, Thin Lizzy, Rush, Kiss, Ted Nugent, Iron Maiden, Motorhead."

  • The victims he failed lost their homes, their pets, their spouses, their favorite restaurants and their "margaritas".

    Karen Russell: Brown Wants A Stiff Margarita!

  • But you could keep ingredients on hand to make one "house cocktail," such as margaritas or gin and tonic.

    The Seattle Times

  • The margaritas are the best I have ever had and I eat at Mexican restaurants all over the country. "


  • We're all looking forward to your arrival, hope you like margaritas.

    Vegetables in market stalls

  • I can't offer margaritas on my garden patio right now because I haven't replaced my tequila from the last group that passed through.

    sea kayaking the gulf coast


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