Definition of Kool-Aid in English:
nounNorth American , trademark
A powder that is added to water or another liquid to make a fruit-flavored soft drink: a pitcher of cherry Kool-Aid
More example sentences
- I promptly poured myself a big, cold glass of the finest Kool-Aid.
- But I felt much better about this one and had a big glass of Kool-Aid.
- Catfish anglers are doing well in 15 feet of water with sliced hot dogs and chicken soaked overnight in grape Kool-Aid.
- 1drink the Kool-Aid
- informal Demonstrate unquestioning obedience or loyalty to someone or something: his real ire is directed at the news media for drinking the Kool-Aid and not being tougher on the president[With allusion to an incident in 1978 in which members of the People's Temple, a religious and political group in Jonestown, Guyana, committed mass suicide by drinking a cyanide-laced soft drink thought to be similar to Kool-Aid]More example sentences
- Her sin is that she refuses to drink the Kool-Aid and presses people to provide verifiable facts.
- It is strange that after he accuses his opponent of having "drank the Kool-Aid", he then complains that they call anyone who disagrees of being a bigot.
- A lot of the press also drank the Kool-Aid in the first year.
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