Definition of mint julep in English:

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mint julep

Pronunciation: /ˈmint ˈˌjo͞oləp/

noun

A drink consisting of bourbon, crushed ice, sugar, and fresh mint, typically served in a tall frosted glass and associated chiefly with the southern US.
Example sentences
  • That night, the three of us drank mint juleps and margaritas and watched ‘Blacula.’
  • Non-horse-racing fans get to drink mint juleps and claim credit for watching the Kentucky Derby, and non-auto-racing fans get to wonder why the Indy 500 drivers aren't the same guys who were in the Daytona 500.
  • Finally they arrive and rent a room in which to relax and drink mint juleps.

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Syllabification: mint ju·lep

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