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noun as in sweet liquid

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A flatbed truck is parked nearby, with a giant tank full of sugar syrup sitting on top.

Here’s what you need to know about the history of tree tapping and the basics on how to tap trees for syrup.

Brown points to his Pinch Hitter, a shaken, sour-style drink that fuses fresh lemon juice with ginger syrup.

As soon as all of the sugar syrup is incorporated, gradually increase the speed to medium-high, taking care not to raise the speed too quickly, or some of the hot syrup may splash out.

Pancake cereal Tiny pancakes piled in a bowl and drenched in syrup sounds like a breakfast that only Buddy the Elf would love.

A bag of syrup in a box meets carbonated (or non-carbonated water) to produce a drink on demand.

Gin and white vermouth shaken with salted pomegranate syrup, dappled with rosewater.

Poke center of Italian sausages with chopstick to make well, fill with chocolate syrup and twist the open end of the sausage.

Whisk together maple syrup and whiskey, add as much whiskey as desired.

Trista goes about making the shake, mashing up a banana, adding cherry syrup, a bit of milk, and soft-serve ice cream.

She brought some water and raspberry syrup, and Hans Nilsen, contrary to his custom, took a long draught.

A little sugar and water heated on the stove served for syrup, and canned butter was also at hand.

Even the silent, bland-faced Martians stopped sipping their wine-syrup and nodded their dark heads in time with the rhythm.

So he sent me two bottles of drink and some syrup, one bottle to take now and the other to-morrow morning.

A dark sticky syrup was left which was only partly soluble in water.


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On this page you'll find 9 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to syrup, such as: maple syrup, molasses, glucose, sorghum, sweetness, and treacle.

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