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pink lady

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noun

a cocktail made with gin, grenadine, and the white of eggs, shaken and strained before serving.
(often initial capital letters) a female volunteer in a hospital, usually wearing a pink uniform or pinafore.

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Origin of pink lady

An Americanism dating back to 1940–45
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