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barley water

n
(Cookery) a drink made from an infusion of barley, usually flavoured with lemon or orange

bar′ley wa`ter


n.
water in which barley has been boiled, used as a home remedy to soothe and nourish someone who is ill.
[1275–1325]

Barley water

A nourishing drink made by boiling barley in water and adding sugar.
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barley water

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