A sweet syrupy drink, especially one to which medicine can be added.(noun)
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Use "julep" in a sentence
""It is for what you call a julep-cocktail," she replied gravely."
"The classic Derby drink is the mint julep, which is made with bourbon and a lot of sugar."
"As the mint and one or two other necessary ingredients were lacking to our family stores, the idea of julep was dismissed as a vain dream, and its place supplied by iced Congress water, a liquid which my cousin characterized, in a hasty aside to me, as being a drink fit only for imbecile infants of a tender age."