sustantivo[mass noun] chiefly historical
An alcoholic drink of fermented honey and water: the tavern stocks beer, cider, perry, and mead
Más ejemplos en oraciones
- Almost all the tables were full with drunken commoners, washing away their troubles with ale and strong mead.
- While we partied, many men were drunk from too much ale and mead.
- Warriors with old scars and ever-honed muscles drank their mead and shared stories of their own battles.
Palabras que riman con meadaccede, bead, Bede, bleed, breed, cede, concede, creed, deed, Eid, exceed, feed, Gide, God speed, greed, he'd, heed, impede, interbreed, intercede, Jamshid, knead, lead, Mede, meed, misdeed, mislead, misread, need, plead, proceed, read, rede, reed, Reid, retrocede, screed, secede, seed, she'd, speed, stampede, steed, succeed, supersede, Swede, tweed, weak-kneed, we'd, weed
Oraciones de ejemplo
- Gone was the safe, familiar home, set amidst a tumble of rolling, well-tilled fields dotted with farm buildings, and grassy meads redolent with the scent of wildflowers.
- All the preceding afternoon and night heavy thunderstorms had hissed down upon the meads.
- Instead of brick courtyards and side-lit rooms where music is played and good housewifery rules, we have boats, meads, cows, horsemen and horsewomen.
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