The day came, they opened the house, and behold there was enough ice for exactly one julep!
Stephen drank that julep with reverence, and then the Colonel gave him a cigar.
Your room's all ready, sir, and Burwell shall bring you a julep.
"No, he had some words, I had a julep," and the colonel smiled grimly.
Mint is one of the few productions not common out there, and we are learning to make the julep with sage instead.
I know what you mean, but you've made this julep too strong.
On that morning during the big meeting General Price must make his own julep.
I tell you, my boy, the only thing on earth to do is to take a julep.
Sulphate of copper, 10 gr.; camphor mixture (julep), 1⁄2 pint; dissolve.
When they stop you, tell them you come from Donnegan and that you have to get me some mint for a julep.
late 14c., a syrupy drink in which medicine was given, from Old French julep (14c.), from Medieval Latin julapium, from Arabic julab, from Persian gulab "rose water," from gul "rose" (related to Greek rhodon, Latin rosa) + ab "water," from PIE root *ap- (see water (n.1)). Sense of "alcoholic drink flavored with mint" is first recorded 1787, American English.