Juice

Definition of Juice

Pronunciation: jūs
n.1.The characteristic fluid of any vegetable or animal substance; the sap or part which can be expressed from fruit, etc.; the fluid part which separates from meat in cooking.
An animal whose juices are unsound.
- Arbuthnot.
The juice of July flowers.
- B. Jonson.
The juice of Egypt's grape.
- Shak.
Letters which Edward Digby wrote in lemon juice.
- Macaulay.
Cold water draws the juice of meat.
- Mrs. Whitney.
v. t.1.To moisten; to wet.

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AC, DC, absorption current, active current, alcohol, alternating current, aqua vitae, beverage, blood, booze, conduction current, convection current, cycle, delta current, dielectric displacement current, direct current, displacement current, drink, eddy current, electric current, electric stream, emission current, essence, exciting current, extract, firewater, fluid, fluid extract, fluid mechanics, force, free alternating current, galvanic current, grog, high-frequency current, hooch, hydraulics, hydrogeology, idle current, induced current, induction current, ionization current, latex, liquid extract, liquor, low-frequency current, magnetizing current, milk, multiphase current, pith, power, pulsating direct current, reactive current, rotary current, semiliquid, single-phase alternating current, spirit, spirits, stray current, strength, thermionic current, thermoelectric current, three-phase alternating current, tipple, vigor, vitality, voltaic current, water, watt current, whey
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