orange juice

NOUN
  1. bottled or freshly squeezed juice of oranges
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How To Use orange juice In A Sentence

  • Squatting down, Trent poured rum and squeezed orange juice into the cups.
  • She bought bread and orange juice and cornflakes and porridge.
  • To swell into the hammer-swinging hardhat who loomed in the parlor sipping vodka and orange juice, hurling brickbat words and scraps of heart shrapnel at my mother, sister and me. 1997: What I Wanted
  • Blend together the arrowroot and one tablespoon of the orange juice and set aside.
  • ‘You must have drunk a lot of orange juice,’ he said, implying I would have been safer with turps.
  • Do you like orange juice?
  • The basis of this drink is orange juice.
  • Last time James had stomach problems after drinking too much orange juice.
  • He went to the kitchen and drank orange juice out of a jar in the refrigerator.
  • That includes peppermint (keep the candy canes on the trees and out of your mouth), caffeine, garlic, onions, and such acidic foods as orange juice and tomatoes.
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