A round-berried, green, seedless or nearly seedless variety of grape widely cultivated in the United States for table use and for drying as raisins.(noun)
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Use "iced-tea" in a sentence
"Americans would prefer iced-tea, bottled water, or a Coke over instant coffee."
"I had hoped to tell you about learning the word "désaltérant" (from my brother-in-law, who declared my home-brewed iced-tea a great thirst-quencher!), this, while lunching at our picnic table, where we chatted about sports (my being polite to him) and flowers (his being polite to me), and wine (our being polite to Jean-Marc)."
"His wife, Maureen Brandt, head of the Weston Women's Club, was serving iced-tea and chicken-salad sandwiches to volunteers."