Noun(1) a sweet liquid secretion that is attractive to pollinators(2) fruit juice especially when undiluted(3) (classical mythology
(1) She yanked open the fridge door and took out bottle of peach nectar , setting it on the counter.(2) The thirst that from the soul doth rise, doth ask a drink divine, but might I of Jove's nectar cup, I will not change for thine.(3) Amygdalus persica, Nucipersica group, a variety of peach with a smooth skin and a flavour so fine that the fruit is named for nectar , the legendary drink of the classical gods.(4) Honey is made from flower nectar which is collected by the honeybees in spring, summer, and early autumn.(5) God has equipped the hummingbird with a needle-like bill which penetrates deep into flowers to extract nectar .(6) The final result is nectar to many, myself included, although these whiskies also contain hints of iodine and seaweed and a taste of burnt wood that can disturb.(7) The mistletoe usually ceases to produce nectar within the flower once it is opened, thereby encouraging birds to concentrate on opening new flowers rather than revisiting old ones.(8) Parmalat managing director Piet Theron has said his company was paying an incorrect duty on juice concentrates it is importing from South Africa for the production of its varieties of nectar juices.(9) Best known may be the Mango Melon Martini, a blend of vodka, Midori and mango nectar .(10) At lunch, they all lay under the deep shade of the cooper beech on the far side of the meadow, the peanut butter and jelly sandwiches were heavenly, the lemonade, nectar of the gods.(11) But creating this delicious nectar of the gods is not only scientific, but potentially life threatening.(12) Ah, coffee, much needed coffee, sweet nectar of the gods├ö├ç┬¬(13) So, to clarify, honeybees go out and collect nectar .(14) The industry fills a staggering 50 million-plus bottles of the amber nectar every year.(15) One well-known example involves animals that feed on floral nectar but do not transfer pollen between flowers.(16) Hummingbirds are very adept at sipping nectar from any or all these plant groups.
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