A sweetened beverage of lime juice and plain or carbonated water.(noun)
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Use "limeade" in a sentence
"The drinks are virtually the same - lemon/lime juice, sugar, water and ice - but limeade is a bit brighter and tangier than lemonade."
"My favorite way to make limeade is with maple syrup and chilled sparkling water - the maple/lime combination is awesome."
"Just as with lemonade, limeade is best when you start out with fresh limes."