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juice

noun as in liquid squeezed from fruit, plant

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Add a little mint and lime juice, and it’s straight-up ecstasy in a bowl.

The Sense promises up to six days of juice before it needs to spend some time on the charger.

While web users are redirected to your website, the domain that offers you the link simultaneously informs Google to not send any “link juice” your way.

If search engines do not seem to regard your brand as an expert in a specific region, your local SEO juice is not so strong.

Follow links do carry link juice, but you can still gain valuable organic referral traffic to generate leads without those follow links.

Understanding my own dreams had a lot to do with getting me off the juice.

While juice cleanses and weight loss colonics seem like relatively recent inventions, they have a long history.

Preheat the oven to 450°F. Soak the cranberries in ¾ cup cranberry juice for 15 minutes.

Once hot, add the shallots, apples, cranberries, and remaining cranberry juice to the pan.

I learn by the third day to tell the nurse privately to make mine mostly orange juice.

An old weather-beaten bear-hunter stepped forward, squirting out his tobacco juice with all imaginable deliberation.

The acid is extracted from the juice of the citron, the lime, and the lemon, fruits grown in Sicily and the West Indies.

It was steaming in the red juice, with the least suspicion of melted butter over the whole.

The red ones were huge, bursting with juice, and the trees were laden full with the luscious fruit.

As she sat by, crushing the juice from the berries with a stick, Jess planned the ink pad.

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On this page you'll find 73 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to juice, such as: alcohol, drink, extract, liquor, milk, and oil.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.

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