carbonated[ noun kahr-buh-neyt, -nit; verb kahr-buh-neyt ]SEE DEFINITION OF carbonated
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR CARBONATED
Swinging loosely in the other hand was a carbonated water siphon.
Sixty francs for a quart of carbonated bilge and a racket like nothing on earth.
Just before serving, add the carbonated water, which lends a sparkling appearance and a snappy taste to a beverage of this kind.
Cracked ice, strong coffee, and carbonated water in small quantities are valuable in allaying thirst and nausea.
The commercial annotta is dissolved in an alkaline solution, either caustic or carbonated, and then precipitated by an acid.
This was the common potash alum and uncombined with any carbonated alkali, and it passed into the stomach unchanged.
I went to that and opened it, and got out a bulb of concentrated fruit juice and a bottle of carbonated water.
There is no sugar or spice added, and no marble dust to simulate a carbonated drink.
We will, therefore, divide them into three groups of carbonated soda waters: 1.
The ammonia in the last two preparations exist in the carbonated state.