Definition of "mead" []

  • An alcoholic beverage made from fermented honey and water. (noun)
  • Archaic A meadow. (noun)
  • An alcoholic drink made by fermenting a solution of honey, often with spices added (noun)

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Use "mead" in a sentence
  • ""_Now up the mead, now down the mead_," and then over hill and dale they sped."
  • "“Beowulf” was first committed to parchment around the year 1000, up to then it had only existed as a oral poem recited to friends, families and subjects over fires, in mead halls, and by bards to many people."
  • "If we create a dystopia, it is so that our heroes can set it to rights, and drink mead from the skull of the vanquished oppressor."