Lexicon: jugular – julep

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jugular, adj. [L. jugul-um, collar-bone, neck, throat.]

Vascular; circulatory; pulsing; of the neck; of the main blood vessel in the throat; [fig.] vital; blood red.

jugular, adj. [L. jugul-um, collar-bone, neck, throat.]

Vascular; circulatory; pulsing; of the neck; of the main blood vessel in the throat; [fig.] vital; blood red.

jugular, n. [see jugular, adj.] (webplay: vein).

Large vein of the neck; great blood vessel of the throat; [fig.] nervure; network in a leaf; spreading web of plant growth.

jugular, n. [see jugular, adj.] (webplay: vein).

Large vein of the neck; great blood vessel of the throat; [fig.] nervure; network in a leaf; spreading web of plant growth.

juice (-s), n. [Fr. jus < L. 'broth, sauce, juice of animal or plant'.]

Sap; sweet liquid of fruit; nectar of a flower; watery substance which can be extracted from vegetation.

juice (-s), n. [Fr. jus < L. 'broth, sauce, juice of animal or plant'.]

Sap; sweet liquid of fruit; nectar of a flower; watery substance which can be extracted from vegetation.

juicy, adj. [see juice, n.]

Moist; succulent; [fig.] stimulating; salivating.

juicy, adj. [see juice, n.]

Moist; succulent; [fig.] stimulating; salivating.

julep (-s), n. [Fr. < L. julapium < Ar. < Pers. 'rose-water'.] (webplay: liquor).

  1. Jelly; [fig.] honey; sweet product of the industry of bees; [metaphor] charity; good works.
  2. Sweet beverage; mint-flavored syrup-sweetened liquid; sugar-flavored drink that serves a base for medicines; [fig.] nectar gathered from a flower.

julep (-s), n. [Fr. < L. julapium < Ar. < Pers. 'rose-water'.] (webplay: liquor).

  1. Jelly; [fig.] honey; sweet product of the industry of bees; [metaphor] charity; good works.
  2. Sweet beverage; mint-flavored syrup-sweetened liquid; sugar-flavored drink that serves a base for medicines; [fig.] nectar gathered from a flower.