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Word: sherbet

Definition: flavored dessert ice


Sentences Containing 'sherbet'

At this moment two women entered, bringing salvers filled with ices and sherbet, which they placed on two small tables appropriated to that purpose.
He worked on all the early albums and singles for Sherbet, Australia's most successful pop band of the early-mid-1970s, and the first five LPs by renowned singer-songwriter Richard Clapton.
Later that year, Borich on guitar joined The Party Boys which was formed by previous band member Paul Christie (now ex-Mondo Rock) on bass guitar, drums and backing vocals, Harvey James (Sherbet) on guitar and Graham Bidstrup (The Angels) on drums.
Ma Cameron's specialise in selling the best Scottish confectionery including favorites such as Saltire Rock, Cinnamon Balls, Sherbet Straws, Soor Plooms and many more.
The warmly cool, clear, ringing, perfumed, overflowing, redundant days, were as crystal goblets of Persian sherbet, heaped up--flaked up, with rose-water snow.
Track Record is a compilation album by Sherbet released in 1979.
– 30th Anniversary Celebration Collection is a 2 CD compilation album by Sherbet released in 1999.

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