meaded

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English[edit]

Etymology[edit]

mead +‎ -ed

Adjective[edit]

meaded (not comparable)

  1. Flavored with mead
    • 1988 February 26, Holly Greenhagen, “Glogg”, in Chicago Reader[1]:
      Each time they arrived somewhere, they'd be greeted with a glass of meaded wine.
    • 2007, Jason Pratt, Cry of Justice[2], →ISBN, page 348:
      Kris spoke clear and distinctly—between some occasional sips of meaded water—as if he was giving a testimony in court .

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