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  • noun Plural form of mead.

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Examples

  • (Ezekiel 16: 49-50) • Actual word meads more than just that: -

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  • Meand'ring far through sun-bright meads, and rifts;

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  • Simplicity of life, even the barest, is not a misery, but the very foundation of refinement; a sanded floor and whitewashed walls and the green trees, and flowery meads, and living waters outside.

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  • "Because cultivated grapes were only for the rich, and at that point in time the poor folks, they couldn't get it," says Rowe, who earned the nickname "Mead Wench" after years of wandering Renaissance fairs laden with wineskins full of her own homemade meads.

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  • The first bottle was quite cloudy, as sediments had apparently filled the bung hole spout, but the remaining 18 bottles were among the clearest meads I've ever bottled.

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  • The wine rack in Rowe's basement holds bottles from mead makers in nearly every state – from a New Jersey man who makes authentic Tej with Ethiopian gesho, a hops-like bittering agent, to a guy in Anchorage, Alaska, who flavors his meads with everything from locally picked currants to coriander, Indonesian Koryntje cinnamon and hot peppers.

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  • The shrouding of Coronach, the kingdom taken, the castle left alone on empty meads.

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  • "Because cultivated grapes were only for the rich, and at that point in time the poor folks, they couldn't get it," says Rowe, who earned the nickname "Mead Wench" after years of wandering Renaissance fairs laden with wineskins full of her own homemade meads.

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  • It dragged her towards the brink, towards the emptiness of gray sky and mist and green meads.

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  • The wine rack in Rowe's basement holds bottles from mead makers in nearly every state – from a New Jersey man who makes authentic Tej with Ethiopian gesho, a hops-like bittering agent, to a guy in Anchorage, Alaska, who flavors his meads with everything from locally picked currants to coriander, Indonesian Koryntje cinnamon and hot peppers.

    Not Just For Renaissance Fairs: Mead Producers Triple In 10 Years

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