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Another word for juice

      1. (Dyeing) A solution of a tin salt, etc., used as a mordant
      2. An alcohol solution of an essential or volatile substance.
      3. (Chem.) Any liquid produced by distillation, as from wood, shale, etc.
      1. The milk of cows, goats, or other animals, used as food by humans.
      2. A liquid resembling milk in consistency, such as milkweed sap or milk of magnesia.
      3. A white or yellowish emulsion secreted by the mammary glands of female mammals for suckling their young and usually consisting of fats, proteins, sugars, vitamins, and minerals suspended in water
      1. A flavored syrup used as a topping, as on ice cream
      2. Stewed fruit, usually served with other foods.
      3. A liquid or soft mixture served with food to add flavor or enhance its general appeal
      1. The sweet, thick liquid obtained in the process of manufacturing cane sugar or glucose
      2. A concentrated solution of sugar in water, often used as a vehicle for medicine.
      3. A thick, sweet, sticky liquid, consisting of a sugar base, natural or artificial flavorings, and water.
      1. A polymer emulsion consisting of such sap obtained from rubber trees, used to manufacture various thin elastic products such as balloons, disposable gloves, and medical and contraceptive devices. Some people are allergic to this substance.
      2. The colorless or milky sap of certain plants, such as the poinsettia or milkweed, that coagulates on exposure to air.
      3. A suspension in water of particles of natural or synthetic rubber or plastic: used in rubber goods, adhesives, paints, etc.
      1. A painting done in oil paint.
      2. A petroleum derivative, such as a machine oil or lubricant.
      3. Any of various kinds of greasy, combustible substances obtained from animal, vegetable, and mineral sources: oils are liquid at ordinary temperatures and soluble in certain organic solvents, as ether, but not in water
      1. A fluid present in a body part in abnormal quantities as a result of injury or disease:
      2. Any area in a body of water
      3. Naturally occurring mineral water, as at a spa.
      1. A sweet liquid that many plants secrete from specialized structures, often inside flowers, where it serves to attract pollinators such as certain insects and birds. Bees use nectar to make honey.
      2. (Greek & Roman Mythology) The drink of the gods.
      3. A beverage containing fruit juice or purée.
      1. A continuous, amorphous substance whose molecules move freely past one another and that has the tendency to assume the shape of its container; a liquid or gas.
      2. A liquid in the body
      3. Any substance that can flow; a gas or, esp., a liquid
      1. The state of matter in which a substance exhibits a characteristic readiness to flow and little or no tendency to disperse, and is amorphous but has a fixed volume and is difficult to compress.
      2. A liquid sound
      3. A liquid substance
      1. (--- Pharmacy) The concentrated substance obtained by dissolving a drug in some solvent, as ether or alcohol, and then evaporating the preparation
      2. A concentrated preparation of the essential constituents of a food, flavoring, or other substance; a concentrate:
      3. A concentrated form, whether solid, viscid, or liquid, of a food, flavoring, etc.
      1. A leather-covered bludgeon with a short, flexible shaft or strap, used as a hand weapon.
      2. The watery fluid that circulates through a plant, carrying food and other substances to the various tissues.
      3. The juice that circulates through a plant, esp. a woody plant, bearing water, food, etc. to the tissues
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