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Definition of the adjective carbonated
What does carbonated mean as an attribute of a noun?
- having carbonation (especially artificially carbonated)
- example: Root beer is considered a classic American carbonated soft drink.
- similar: effervescent
Alternative definition of the adjective carbonated
- Containing carbon dioxide gas under pressure, especially pertaining to beverages.
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Phrases with Carbonated
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by Dan Rabin, Carl Forget
carbonated. (kar'-buh-nei'-d:id) A beer in which carbon dioxide has been injected artificially. carbonates, (kar'-buh-neyts) Alkaline salts whose anions are derived from carbonic acid. carbonation. (kar'-buh-nei'-shen) ...
A "Full Course" Encyclopedia by Andrew F. Smith
lemonade apollinariS (orCarbonated water) Fill large Mixing glass 2/3 full fine Ice . 1 tablespoonful Bar Sugar. Juice of 1 Lemon. Fill up with Apollinaris or suitable Carbonated Water. Stir; strain into Lemonade glass; dress with Fruit and serve.
Encyclopaedia; Or, A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and Miscellaneous Literature; Constructed on a Plan, by which the Different Sciences and Arts are Digested Into the Form of Distinct Treatises of Systems ... [& Supplement] (1803)
Sulphur decomposes carbonated hydrogen gas; therefore its affinity is greater than that of carbon. The Dutch chemists melted phosphorus in carbonated hydrogen gas, but no change was produced; therefore the (R) See next Sečtion.
Volume 6 - Calcination Equipment to Catalysis by John J. McKetta Jr
Carbonated. Beverages. Introduction Soft drinks are unique in being a class of beverage that is mainly served as a thirst quench. The most popular flavors are colas, lemon-lime, orange, ginger ale. and herbal types such as root beer and birch ...
by Andrew Smith
The American soda fountain originated in the early 1800s with the sale of carbonated medicated waters and lasted through the 1960s. During this period, the soda fountain, whether in a drugstore, confectionery, department store, hotel, ...
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- Carbonated Warbler (Sylvia Carbonata)
Title: Birds of America
Creator: John James Audubon (1785-1851)
Published: London : J.J. Audubon, 1827-1838.
Contributors: Audubon, Lucy Green Bakewell, 1788-1874. ; Havell, Robert, d. 1832. ; Lizars, W. H. 1788-1859.
Identifier: 598.2 A77.4 V. 1, AUD-Plate-060
Rights: Public domain
Courtesy: Toronto Public Library.
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Photo credit: Toronto Public Library Special Collections
- Carbonated dandelion
Seen on a dewy, misty fall morning - a dandelion soda.
Photo credit: James Jordan
- Carbonated Bokeh
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Scrabble value of C3A1R1B3O1N1A1T1E1D2
The value of this 10-letter word is 15 points. It is included in the first and second editions of the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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