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pink lemonade


a pink-colored lemonade, created by adding food coloring or a juice like grenadine or grape

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  • We had palmleaf fans offered us, pop-corn, and pink lemonade.

    Meadow Grass Alice Brown
  • On the ground outside is a big washtub, full of pink lemonade.

  • pink lemonade we should not imbibe, as it was "miserable stuff."

    The Believing Years Edmund Lester Pearson
  • These are dissolved in water, until the solution looks like pink lemonade.

    Carpentry and Woodwork

    Edwin W. Foster
  • I like the pink lemonade best of all and the prize packages of candy.

    The Four Corners

    Amy Ella Blanchard
  • He forgot to cry, "Anybody want some delicious, pink lemonade?"

  • For drink they had pink lemonade, served in dainty candy cups.

    Dot and Tot of Merryland L. Frank Baum
  • I came home from it sick—but not from peanuts and pink lemonade.

    Before Adam Jack London
  • There is no drunkenness because there is nothing to drink stiffer than pink lemonade.

    Abroad at Home

    Julian Street
  • The man who carried the pink lemonade in funny little glasses all set in rows in a tin tray stood still to watch.

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