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limeade Syllabification: lime·ade
Pronunciation: /ˌlīmˈād/ /ˈlīmˌād/

Definition of limeade in English:

noun

A drink made from lime juice and water sweetened with sugar.
Example sentences
  • Instead of homemade lemonade think limeade (sugar syrup, juice and zest, sparkling water) or for the authentic Sri-Lankan version, use soda water.
  • There were bottles of Corona lemonade, limeade, orangeade and cherryade, which you could buy by the plastic cup full for 5p. And there were crisps available too for a similar sum.
  • Drinking citrus juices like lemonade, limeade, orange juice and grapefruit juice can help nasal and throat tissues heal faster, says Tanya Y. Jones, M.D., an associate professor of family medicine at Morehouse School of Medicine.

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