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sherbetsher‧bet /ˈʃɜːbət $ ˈʃɜːr-/ noun  1 [countable, uncountable] American EnglishDFF a sweet frozen food made with water, fruit, sugar, and milk2 [uncountable] British EnglishDF a powder that is eaten as a sweet
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sherbetTo one side, dropped unnoticed, lay a silver cup which had not contained sherbet.I suggested we stop at a bar for sherbet - the latest thing, sprinkled with ginger.Fruit sherbets must weigh no less than 6 pounds per gallon.For dessert, cover lime sherbet with a blanket of chocolate chips or chocolate sandwich cookie chunks.The characterizing ingredients of sherbet include fruits and fruit juices.Now they were dying in the snow, feeling nothing, turning the snow to the color of raspberry sherbet.Snow from the mountains were used to make the sherbets of yesteryear, but nowadays we have freezers.
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