smoothie

Definitions

  • WordNet 3.6
    • n smoothie a thick smooth drink consisting of fresh fruit pureed with ice cream or yoghurt or milk
    • n smoothie someone with an assured and ingratiating manner
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Usage

In literature:

Old William H. Smoothy, I guess yes.
"Bunker Bean" by Harry Leon Wilson
I spent a little time with the man, and I can testify he's a smoothie.
"The Samurai Strategy" by Thomas Hoover
They sold fruit smoothies and suspicious "beef" jerky.
"Makers" by Cory Doctorow
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In poetry:

Men of a morning looked away to Wales
Or wavy Malvern under smoothy roof;
And said, that we have seen such hills and vales
Our churchkin here must give men certain proof.
"The Square Thing" by Ivor Gurney

In news:

The mixture makes a great smoothie , too.
To up her daily fruit intake, Peggy is starting her day with healthy mango-strawberry smoothies .
Our friends at Sundance Espresso can whip up a mean Spinach Smoothie for you, but one item I don't think you'll ever find on the menu are these Frog Smoothies from Peru.
I love spinach and I love smoothies , but I would never thing to put them together.
Smoothies worth getting out the blender for.
Our nutritious, incredibly delicious smoothies make a perfect breakfast or snack -- even a quick meal.
) or add water if you like your smoothies thinner.
Make this healthful, green smoothie for St Patrick's Day.
Smoothies are a delicious and easy way to pack vitamins and minerals i.
Smoothie King presents its new " Smoothies Around the World" line of smoothies made from exotic fruits and herbs.
The Ultimate Smoothie Selector app for the iPhone makes building protein shakes and smoothies a snap.
Smoothie King is now pouring its brand of nutritional fruit smoothie on Long Island.
Fruit smoothies are best if served immediately after preparing.
How to Make a Smoothie .
Recipes reprinted with permission from Smoothies : 50 Recipes for High-Energy Replacement (Chronicle Books).
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In science:

We present here three graphs obtained from the numerical solution of (26)–(29) for the Chaplygin gas “top hat” model, constructed by smoothy matching a section of a Chaplygin gas LTB model (0 ≤ r ≤ rb ) with a Chaplygin gas spatially flat FLRW universe (r > rb ), with rb = 1.
Quasi-local variables and inhomogeneous cosmological sources with spherical symmetry
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