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A milky liquid prepared from ground almonds, used as a drink and in cooking, and also applied to the skin, etc., as an emollient.Related milk of almonds
Late Middle English; earliest use found in Diuersa Servicia. From almond + milk, after Anglo-Norman leit d'alemandes or Middle French lait d'amandes.
almond milk/ˌalmənd ˈmɪlk//ˈˌɒlmənd ˈmɪlk//ˌɑː(l)mənd ˈmɪlk/
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