As nouns the difference between accolade and lemonade
is that accolade
is an expression of approval; praise while lemonade
is a still beverage consisting of lemon and sugar, sometimes ice, and water, used mainly as a refreshment.
As a verb accolade
is to embrace or kiss in salutation.
An expression of approval; praise.
A special acknowledgment; an award.
An embrace of greeting or salutation.
(historical) A salutation marking the conferring of knighthood, consisting of an embrace or a kiss, and a slight blow on the shoulders with the flat of a sword.
(music) A brace used to join two or more staves.
(US, military) Written Presidential certificate recognizing service by personnel who died or were wounded in action between 1917 and 1918, or who died in service between 1941 and 1947, or died of wounds received in Korea between June 27, 1950 and July 27, 1954. Service of civilians who died overseas or as a result of injury or disease contracted while serving in a civilian capacity with the United States Armed Forces during the dates and/or in areas prescribed is in like manner recognized.
* (expression of approval or praise) panegyric
* (4) http://www.afms1.belvoir.army.mil/dictionary/a.htmaccolade
To embrace or kiss in salutation.
(historical) To confer a knighthood on.
To confer praise or awards on.
- an accoladed novel
A still beverage consisting of lemon and sugar, sometimes ice, and water, used mainly as a refreshment.
A carbonated beverage made from lemon or artificial lemon flavouring/flavoring, water and sugar.