- a thin fabric of leno weave in silk, nylon, rayon, or wool.
Origin of grenadine1
- a syrup made from pomegranate juice.
Origin of grenadine2
Examples from the Web for grenadine
Then, very slowly pour the mix on top of the grenadine but be careful not to mix the two.
After you pour the mix on top of the grenadine give it a few seconds for the two to separate.
In a shaker filled with ice, add the red pepper vodka, chocolate liqueur, Sriracha hot sauce, grenadine, and chocolate syrup.Valentine's Day Cocktail Recipes to Fall in Love With
Alie Ward, Georgia Hardstark
February 9, 2011
She orders ginger ale and grenadine: a makeshift kiddie cocktail.Hollywood's Exquisite Alien
April 30, 2009
What the blazes is a grenadine cocktail or—or a pineapple punch?Torchy As A Pa
"We might have some grenadine syrup," I suggested ironically.The Belovd Vagabond
William J. Locke
Where was Miriam's comb, and grenadine, and collar, and belt?A Confederate Girl's Diary
Sarah Margan Dawson
Jeannie laughed and blushed until her cheeks matched the grenadine.Husks
"Let us go and have a grenadine first of all," she remarked.The Works of Guy de Maupassant, Vol. 6
Guy de Maupassant
- a light thin leno-weave fabric of silk, wool, rayon, or nylon, used esp for dresses
- a syrup made from pomegranate juice, used as a sweetening and colouring agent in various drinks
- a moderate reddish-orange colour
- (as adjective)a grenadine coat
Word Origin and History for grenadine
1896, from French sirop de grenadin "syrup made from pomegranates," from Middle French grenade "pomegranate" (see pomegranate).