grenadine definition

  • noun:
    • A thick nice syrup made of pomegranates and made use of as a flavoring, especially in drinks.
    • A thin, loosely woven textile of silk, cotton, or artificial fibre.
    • A cordial syrup created from pomegranates.
    • A dilute drink made of such syrup.
    • A thin gauzy material of silk or wool, utilized for ladies clothing.
    • A dyestuff consisting basically of impure fuchsine.
    • A thin gauzelike material of silk or wool, for females's wear.
    • A trade name for a dyestuff, consisting essentially of impure fuchsine.
    • A thin fabric of silk, or of silk and wool, often in meshes or openwork, resembling barege.
    • In cookery, a larded fillet, especially among veal or chicken, glazed using its very own concentrated alcohol.
    • A sweet beverage; a syrup: utilized for colds, etc.
    • thin syrup made of pomegranate juice; used in blended beverages

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