[ sˈaŋɡɹiə], [ sˈaŋɡɹiə], [ s_ˈa_ŋ_ɡ_ɹ_i__ə]
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How to use "Sangria" in context?
When it comes to alcoholic drinks, most people know that wine is the king. But what about sangria? Sangria is a Spanish wine drink that combines red wine with sweetened condensed milk, lemon juice, and orange juice. Depending on the recipe, other spices, like sugar, can be added. Sangria is a refreshing drink that can be enjoyed hot or cold, open or closed, alone or with company. Sangria is perfect for summer celebrations, like Fourth of July BBQs, or for any day where you want to enjoy a delicious beverage.
Homophones for Sangria:
- shoemaker, snooker, smacker, shankar, schmoozer, sneezer, sinker, smoker, swinger, shanghaier, schnauzer, sequencer, sangaree, sinecure, skin care, snicker, sun gear, sneaker, snigger, synchro, singer, samsara, skincare, seismosaur, sea anchor, snuggery, sincere, smasher, snacker, sensory, sanger, sensor, sensory hair, snowshoe hare.
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