[muhs-kuh-dey; French mys-ka-de] /ˌmʌs kəˈdeɪ; French müs kaˈdɛ/
a white grape grown especially in the lower Loire Valley region of France.
a dry white wine made from this grape.
/ˈmʌskəˌdeɪ; French myskadɛ/
noun (sometimes not capital)
a white grape, grown esp in the Loire valley, used for making wine
any of various dry white wines made from this grape
[muhs-kuh-din; French my-skah-dan] /ˈmʌs kə dɪn; French mü skɑˈdɛ̃/ noun, plural muscadins [muhs-kuh-dins; French my-skah-dan] /ˈmʌs kə dɪns; French mü skɑˈdɛ̃/ (Show IPA) 1. a person with monarchical sympathies during the French Revolution, especially from 1794 to 1796. 2. a French fop or dandy of this period.
[muhs-kuh-din, -dahyn] /ˈmʌs kə dɪn, -ˌdaɪn/ noun 1. a grape, Vitis rotundifolia, of the southern U.S., having dull purple, thick-skinned musky fruit and being the origin of many grape varieties. /ˈmʌskədɪn; -ˌdaɪn/ noun 1. a woody climbing vitaceous plant, Vitis rotundifolia, of the southeastern US 2. Also called scuppernong, bullace grape. the thick-skinned musk-scented purple […]
[muhs-kair-ahy, -kair-ee] /mʌsˈkɛər aɪ, -ˈkɛər i/ 1. any plant of the genus Muscari, which includes the grape hyacinth.
[muhs-ker-in, -kuh-reen] /ˈmʌs kər ɪn, -kəˌrin/ noun, Chemistry. 1. a poisonous compound, C 8 H 1 9 NO 3 , found in certain mushrooms, especially fly agaric, and in decaying fish. /ˈmʌskərɪn; -ˌriːn/ noun 1. a poisonous alkaloid occurring in certain mushrooms. Formula: C9H21NO3 muscarine mus·ca·rine (mŭs’kə-rēn’) n. A highly toxic alkaloid related to the […]