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St Clements

Line breaks: St Clem|ents
Pronunciation: /ˌs(ə)nt ˈklemənts
 
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Definition of St Clements in English:

noun

A non-alcoholic cocktail of orange juice mixed with lemonade or bitter lemon.
Example sentences
  • "What're you having?" he said stepping towards the bar. "I'll have a St Clements please and Daddy will have have a half of Inebriated Squirrel, or what ever they call it."

Origin

1980s: the name of a London church, with reference to the first line of the children's song Oranges and lemons, say the bells of St Clements.

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