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sweetened beverage of diluted lemon juice

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"Come, Barrois," said the young girl, "take some of this lemonade; I see you are coveting a good draught of it."
He has been running very fast on an errand with which my grandfather charged him, and when he returned, took nothing but a glass of lemonade."
If you let the lemonade pop, not a drop of it goes down your throat.
Oh, mercy, how it stings!" The fixed gas in the lemonade took the orator, at that moment, by the throat, and effectually checked the flow of her eloquence.
"But now, Tom, while they're making the lemonade, let's get down to business.
My Lord orders his Courier to follow him, and make the lemonade in the bedroom.
I reminded him that there was concentrated lemonade in the hamper, and a gallon-jar of water in the nose of the boat, and that the two only wanted mixing to make a cool and refreshing beverage.
Then do the swains appear with tea, with lemonade, with sandwiches, with homage.
I came home from it sick--but not from peanuts and pink lemonade. Let me tell you.
As they all sat silent (so the story goes) every member of that party of merrymakers--they had merry-made on coffee and lemonade only--distinctly heard that ghost call the name "Joey, Joey!" A moment later nothing was there.
"Why, darn my eyes," says the old man, with a grin; "darn my eyes if the saffron-coloured son of a seltzer lemonade ain't asking me in to take a drink.
Three months' vacation--how I shall enjoy it!" exclaimed Meg, coming home one warm day to find Jo laid upon the sofa in an unusual state of exhaustion, while Beth took off her dusty boots, and Amy made lemonade for the refreshment of the whole party.
The old confidant, relieved from duty, dozed on his heels, with his back against the companion-doorway; and Karain sat squarely in the ship's wooden armchair, under the slight sway of the cabin lamp, a cheroot between his dark fingers, and a glass of lemonade before him.
There was sheds made out of poles and roofed over with branches, where they had lemonade and gingerbread to sell, and piles of watermelons and green corn and such-like truck.
At one place a man was selling green lemonade, and when the children bought it Dorothy could see that they paid for it with green pennies.