a brand name for a powdered mix used to make a sugary, fruit-flavored drink.
a drink made from this mix.
Idioms about Kool-Aid
drink the Kool-Aid, to support or believe in something in a blindly enthusiastic way: A level-headed reporter, he didn’t drink the Kool-Aid on the tax issue.
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How to use Kool-Aid in a sentence
At the same time, the tobacco companies Philip Morris and RJ Reynolds were buying up ultra-processed food and beverages companies, including General Foods, Kraft, Nabisco and Kool-Aid.Foods High In Added Fats And Refined Carbs Are Like Cigarettes – Addictive And Unhealthy | LGBTQ-Editor | November 20, 2021 | No Straight News
In fact, several brands are building a presence on the platform via their own profiles, including Milk Bar, Kool-Aid and news publishers like Politico.‘Because it’s so new and fresh’: It took a minute, but brands are in the Clubhouse app | Seb Joseph | February 22, 2021 | Digiday
Has Tomblin been drinking the Tea Party's polluted Kool-Aid?West Virginia Is Just The Beginning For Chemical Spill Disasters | Sally Kohn | January 13, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
We even had a guy jump his bike over one into a pool of Kool-Aid.Dude, Where’s My Bus? Fast Times in the Iconic VW Van | Scott Jennings | October 13, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
The hype is contagious—and everyone is drinking the Kool-Aid.
No one should imagine that Cantor has drunk the liberal Kool-Aid.Bruised from Battling Obama, Eric Cantor Softens His Tone in Domestic Policy Speech | Howard Kurtz | February 5, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
There was nothing explicitly in the Kool-Aid we drank at Young Judaea.
Death Waits was a good kid, but he was a serious imbiber of the Kool-Aid.Makers | Cory Doctorow