grenadine

[n] - thin syrup made from pomegranate juice
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Grenadine

Gren`a┬Ědine' noun [ French] 1. A thin gauzelike fabric of silk or wool, for women's wear. 2. A trade name for a dyestuff, consisting essentially of impure fuchsine.
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grenadine

noun thin syrup made from pomegranate juice; used in mixed drinks
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Grenadine

• (n.) A trade name for a dyestuff, consisting essentially of impure fuchsine. • (n.) A thin gauzelike fabric of silk or wool, for women`s wear.
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grenadine

grenadine: see pomegranate.
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Grenadine

Grenadine is a thin gauzy silk or woollen fabric, plain, coloured, or embroidered, used for ladies' dresses, shawls, etc.
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Grenadine

A brilliant scarlet non-alcoholic syrup made from the juice of pomegranates. Used to color and flavor drinks and desserts. Called grenadine because was originally available only from the island of Grenada in the Caribbean.
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Grenadine

A flavoring for drinks. It is made from pomegranates or red currants.
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Grenadine

bright red
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Grenadine

Grenadine is a commonly used bar syrup, characterized by a flavor that is both tart and sweet, and a deep red color. It is popular as an ingredient in cocktails, both for its flavor and to give a reddish/pink tint to mixed drinks. ==Etymology and origin== The name grenadine originated from the French word grenade which means pomegranate, with pomm...
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Grenadine

A cherry flavoring used in a variety of drinks such as the Sling or the Shirley Temple. Non-Alcoholi
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grenadine

thin silk
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Grenadine

bright red
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