English version

mead

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
Related topics: Drink
meadmead /miːd/ noun  1 [uncountable]DFD an alcoholic drink made from honey a glass of mead2 [countable] literary a meadow the flowery mead
Examples from the Corpus
meadThey sat often at their sewing, discussing mead and medicines and men.Except that he ate venison and roast lamb, and drank milk laced with honey, or hot mead fragrant with herbs.The sweet water was strained, and used to make mead.The tribute of tears was the good man's mead.Not another word was spoken, till he tossed back the mead in one gulp.He would taste of the mead of the gods.The mead was passed, and the mugs were refilled, and the fires burned a bit lower.
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