beverage beverage  /ˈbɛ və rɪdʒ/

Definition(s):

  • (n) any liquid suitable for drinking

Synonym(s)

Usage(s):

  1. If your beverage of choice carries a silly name like Joose, you're probably too young to drink anyway.
  2. While energy drinks pick you up, an emerging beverage brand, called Drank, promises to calm you down.
  3. Pepsi's Mountain Dew, the most popular such beverage, owns 3.

News

  1. Monster Beverage Corp (MNST): Today's Featured Consumer Goods Laggard

    Monster Beverage was a leading decliner within the consumer goods sector, falling $0.83 (-1.3%) to $61.37 on light volume
    on June 12, 2013     Source: TheStreet.com via Yahoo! Finance

  2. National Beverage Screen Printers expanding in Barnwell County

    COLUMBIA – National Beverage Screen Printers Inc. will expand its existing operations in Barnwell County. The $2.5 million investment is expected to generate 80 new jobs.
    on June 11, 2013     Source: The Times and Democrat

  3. North American Food and Beverage Industry's New Project Activity for May Sails Past $1.3 Billion, an Industrial Info ...

    Researched by Industrial Info Resources -- New project activity reported by Industrial Info for the North American Food and Beverage Industry peaked last month with 139 capital and maintenance project ...
    on June 11, 2013     Source: Marketwired via Yahoo! Finance

Quotes

  1. "Nonalcoholic energy drinks are very popular with today's youth," Oregon Attorney General Hardy Myers said. "Beverage companies are unconscionably appealing to young drinkers with claims about the stimulating properties of alcoholic energy...
    on Aug 21, 2007 By: Hardy Myers Source: San Diego Union Tribune

  2. But in a Dec. 15 declaration, Lohan stated: "I did not consume an alcoholic beverage or any type of medication or drug" either before or during her restaurant visit.
    on Dec 26, 2007 By: Lindsay Lohan Source: USA Today

  3. "Beverage companies are fueling a runaway marketing train," Blumenthal said, speaking for the entire group.
    on Aug 22, 2007 By: Richard Blumenthal Source: Reuters UK

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