Definition of pear cider in English:

pear cider

Syllabification: pear ci·der

noun

1North American An unfermented drink made by crushing pears: you can sample some of the sweetest and freshest apple and pear ciders around
More example sentences
  • Two cups fresh unfiltered apple or pear cider.
  • With pancakes and French toast, I usually like a nice glass of sparkling pear cider.
  • They toasted one another with flutes of nonalcoholic sparkling pear cider.
1.1An alcoholic drink made from the fermented juice of pears: the pear cider had gone to my head
More example sentences
  • New Year's Eve was nice - we spent the evening playing board games, listening to music, eating hors d'oeuvres and drinking hard pear cider at my parents' house.
  • I drank pear cider, which I didn't know existed but is yummy, and we sat out on the balcony/terrace area and talked for a while before heading home.
  • The cheese gets its name from a variety of pear from which perry (pear cider) is made, and in which the cheese is washed.

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