tall drink

tall drink

A mixed beverage in a tall or large glass containing little or no alcohol. I have an early start tomorrow, so I'm just on the tall drinks tonight.
See also: drink, tall
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They're crisp but relatively tender, and go perfectly with a long tall drink.
Yes, we have the Gulf of Mexico, but swimming pools offer a cool alternative, whether you're a swimmer hoping to rack up laps, a parent in need of a water slide or a lounger longing for a tall drink and some relaxation.
At one point, Jeremy poses into the camera with a pal, while clutching a tall drink of clear liquid.
A different mode of contemporary surrealism is on offer at the stand of LA mega-dealer Blum & Poe, in the form of Jim Shaw's Apophenia (A Tall Drink of Water) (2016).
2014 runner-up Herring is a tall drink of nerd rage who avoids eye contact with other men and hates things you probably never heard of.
Each tall drink of beige-hued sludge effectively replaced one meal.
But, I still cringed when 1 heard a college coach introduce a 6-foot, 6-inch pitcher by saying: "This tall drink of water will give you 110%, 110% of the time.
I saw this long, tall drink of water up there in black and white and I said, 'He's my friend.
Meanwhile, his Baker teammate and certifiable tall drink of water, Justin "Figgy" Figueroa, has signed on with Alex Horns' mighty OJ program.
Use the card five times and choose between free brewed refills, flavor syrups and soy milk, a tall drink with the purchase of one pound of whole-bean coffee, or up to two continuous hours of WiFi daily and other specials.
You sit under an open starlit sky on the rooftop restaurant and sip a tall drink as a chilly breeze makes music.
Roy is a pretty tall drink of water whose subtle smile and quiet manner understate his importance at S&W.
A tall drink of water wearing a big black Stetson stepped up and thrust out his hand to introduce Rob Simonich proved to be one of those guys you just can't help but get along with.
Hendricks and his writing are a tall drink of water in a world where personal piety seems to overshadow a socially liberating application of the gospel and where much of the black literary fiction scene appears long on entertainment and short on substance.
MOVIE mogul Oliver Stone drooled that Jennifer Lopez was like a tall drink of hot cocoa.