[ UK /sˌɑːsɐpɐɹˈɪlɐ/ ]
  1. any of various prickly climbing plants of the tropical American genus Smilax having aromatic roots and heart-shaped leaves
  2. carbonated drink flavored with an extract from sarsaparilla root or with birch oil and sassafras
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How To Use sarsaparilla In A Sentence

  • With barely time for the sarsaparilla he jokingly promised himself on the flight back to London last Friday, he is mapping out where the mobile phone giant will go next.
  • Among the wildflowers are a red columbine, aster, figwort, wild sarsaparilla, fleabane, and avens.
  • They're more into elacampane and sarsaparilla, and botanical symbolism. TROPIC OF NIGHT
  • Sage, sarsaparilla, bladderwrack - but what is devil's claw, boneset or boldo? Times, Sunday Times
  • One by one Mr. Adams tells about these medical fakes: habit-forming laxatives, head-ache powders full of acetanilid, soothing-syrups and catarrh-cures full of opium and cocaine, cock-tails subtly disguised as "bitters", "sarsaparillas", and "tonics". The Profits of Religion, Fifth Edition
  • Calamity's an uncouth, sarsaparilla-swilling, gun-slinging frontierswoman who can shoot, scuffle, and spin tall tales as well as any man alive.
  • The seeds of bristly sarsaparilla, currant, and soapberry lie dormant in the soil and germinate only after being burned; ecologists call the process ‘seed banking.’
  • Bacup-based Mawsons, an 80-year-old family business, has started producing the old fashioned cordials dandelion and burdock, cream soda and sarsaparilla once more.
  • Grab yourself a sarsaparilla, pardner, and join Judge Bill Treadway as he reviews this underrated Western.
  • Sarsaparilla root contains saponins, which reduce microbes and toxins.
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