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WordNet 3.0Copyright Princeton University


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Any of various cultivated muscadines that are derived from wild muscadines, may constitute a natural variety, and have yellowish green fruits suggesting a plum in flavor.

Usage examples (32)
  • She has apple and fig trees, and scuppernong grape vines grow rank and try to climb all her trees.
  • Dinner dishes include lacquered foie gras with scuppernong a muscadine grape and venison loin with chanterelle mushrooms.
  • Image via Wikipedia I was at the Farmers Market yesterday and the air was winey with the scent of scuppernong and muscadine grapes.
  • The luscious scuppernong holds first rank among our grapes, though we cultivate a great many other varieties, and our income from grapes packed and shipped to the... for more
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