milkshake milkshake  /ˈmɪlk ˌʃeɪk/


  • (n) frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream



  1. Nancy Ann Kissel is serving a life sentence for sedating her husband with a doctored milkshake and then beating him to death with a metal figurine from the kitchen.
  2. Between autographs and greetings, Pat gratefully gulped down most of a chocolate milkshake in a paper cup which a friend handed her.
  3. TV, movies and old-fashioned stem-winding phonographs, is as ubiquitous as the American candy bar, the milkshake and the neon-lighted jukebox.


  1. Moo Cluck Moo

    Moo Cluck Moo 8606 N. Telegraph Rd. Dearborn Heights 313-562-9999 Sandwiches $3-$6 Open 11 a.m.-8 p.m. daily.   The idea was to keep it simple: just burger, chicken, milkshake — moo, cluck, moo. But hardly had partners Brian Parker and Harry Moorhouse gotten their new “natural” and high-quality fast food joint off the ground than they had to start tinkering. So now there’s also a ...
    on June 12, 2013     Source: Detroit Metro Times

  2. New Milkshake Flavors at Twin Falls Restaurant

    TWIN FALLS - If the sun is melting your ice cream cone, slurp a milkshake instead.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Times-News

  3. Vegas milkshake shop hosting job fair

    Milkshake maker For Goodness Shake hosted a job fair Thursday in preparation of its opening later this month at 4220 S. Grand Canyon Dr.
    on June 6, 2013     Source: FOX 5 Las Vegas

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  1. "Young (Cale) Morton, I might take him out for a milkshake," Harvey said with a smile.
    on Aug 20, 2008 By: Mark Harvey Source: Real Footy

  2. "I'm still trying to find the first American to talk to who is in favor of the public option," Boehner said. "This is about as unpopular as a garlic milkshake."
    on Oct 16, 2009 By: John Boehner Source: Think Progress

  3. Vancouver cannabis libertarian Marc Emery called the police raid over a "$15 milkshake, allegedly with cannabis in it" a waste. "There's no public safety reason to arrest pot people. The (raid) probably costs the taxpayers of Toronto $20,000....
    on Nov 25, 2008 By: Marc Emery Source: Toronto Sun

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