Definition of White Lady in English:

White Lady

Syllabification: White La·dy

noun

A cocktail made with gin, orange liqueur, and lemon juice.
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  • While she squeezes an industrial amount of lemons, Bill fixes one of his favourite cocktails - White Lady, which he says is 'gin, lemon juice and Cointreau - delicious and very, very good for you.'
  • The origin of the 'White Lady' and the bar where the 'Dry Martini' was first introduced to London is now home to Salim Khoury - bar tender of the year for the second year running.

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