[ US /ˈdʒus/ ]
[ UK /d‍ʒˈuːs/ ]
NOUN
  1. electric current
    when the wiring was finished they turned on the juice
  2. energetic vitality
    her creative juices were flowing
  3. any of several liquids of the body
    digestive juices
    digestive juices
  4. the liquid part that can be extracted from plant or animal tissue by squeezing or cooking
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How To Use juice In A Sentence

  • Place in a shallow dish and squeeze over lemon juice, then drizzle over oil.
  • Virtually everyone in the sport suspected that he was on the juice.
  • To the cold syrup add the extracted juice and mix by stirring.
  • Squatting down, Trent poured rum and squeezed orange juice into the cups.
  • The food at this stage is called chyme; it is an acid and soup-like fluid -- acid through the influence of the gastric juice. Text Book of Biology, Part 1: Vertebrata
  • Once the juice has cooled, remove the flavourings and sweeten to taste.
  • She bought bread and orange juice and cornflakes and porridge.
  • Its the same method, the only veg is the sweet potato and onion and the spice is ginger only, but at the end, after blending you add (heavy) cream, tamari, maple syrup and lime juice. Chipotle sweet potato soup | Homesick Texan
  • The patrons' tables are constantly resupplied with clear, cool, tart pomegranate juice and hot, flat white bread extracted with long-handled wooden spatulas from the ovens through openings in the walls.
  • The fruit of the fig is about as big as a rounceval pea, or very small gooseberry; and each of them, upon breaking off the stalk very close, produces one drop of a milky liquor, resembling the juice of our figs, of which the tree is indeed a species. A General History and Collection of Voyages and Travels — Volume 13
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