• WordNet 3.6
    • n milkshake frothy drink of milk and flavoring and sometimes fruit or ice cream
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In literature:

Soon the soda-fountains on Fort Macpherson and Herschel Island will bear the legend, "Whale cream soda" and "Best Whale Milkshake.
"The New North" by Agnes Deans Cameron
Benito is out having himself a milkshake.
"Direct Wire" by Clee Garson

In news:

There are quite a few good places in New Haven to get a hamburger, so we'll spin this announcement as wonderful news for milkshake fans.
Bacon in a milkshake .
Bacon, bourbon and shamrocks make for fast-food milkshakes .
Fighting Alzheimer's Disease With a Milkshake .
Michelle Obama's Milkshake and Other Non-Stories About Women.
Jury mulls US woman's fate in HK milkshake murder.
Milkshake 's mission is to help you discover how to shop, travel, eat, read, and socialize with a greater purpose in mind.
To get us in the V-Day mood, I'm posting below, "I Love You," a track from Milkshake 's Grammy-nominated 2009 album Great Day.
Better than ' Milkshake '.
And has learned that the blonde bombshell is creating the first ever all-vegan shake at Millions of Milkshakes in West Hollywood.
Bad week merits a Braum's milkshake .
Steak 'n Shake: Free milkshake TODAY only (coupon required).
Have we lost sight of what the milkshake was.
Yes, it may have been Daniel Plainview's beverage of choice, but before There Will Be Blood, historians were writing about the early milkshake as a sweet cocktail, served with whiskey, before ice cream ever entered the picture.
The only things he had was a muffin and a milkshake .