Definition of Muscadines

1. Noun. (plural of muscadine) ¹



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Definition of Muscadines

1. muscadine [n] - See also: muscadine

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Muscadines

musaceous
musal
musang
musangs
musard
musards
musca
musca volitans
muscadel
muscadelle
muscadels
muscadet
muscadets
muscadin
muscadine
muscadines (current term)
muscadins
muscae
muscae volitantes
muscales
muscallonge
muscardin
muscardine
muscardines
muscardins
muscariform
muscarin
muscarine
muscarines
muscarinic

Literary usage of Muscadines

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1. A Private Chapter of the War by George W. Bailey (1880)
"We put on a bold front, however, and kept the family supplied with grapes and muscadines. The novelty of the writer's apparel — Betsy's ..."

2. Papyrus Leaves: Poems, Stories, and Essays by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, William Fearing Gill (1880)
"muscadines. (A VISION IN THE WOODS.) BY PAUL HAYNE. • OBER September, robed in grey and dun. Smiled from the forest in half-pensive wise ; A misty sweetness ..."

3. Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne by Paul Hamilton Hayne (1882)
"muscadines. SOBER September, robed in gray and dun, Smiled from the forest in half-pensive wise; A misty sweetness shone in her mild eyes, And on her check ..."

4. The Journal of Heredity by American Genetic Association (1917)
"For example, V. vinifera is very high in sugar but low in acid content, while the muscadines are high in acid content but low in sugar. ..."

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