Crossword clues for grape
- Dark color
- Concord, for one
- Winery item
- Waldorf salad bit
- Pinot, for one
- Concord, e.g
- Wine, with "the"
- Wine maker
- Purple candy's flavor, often
- Life Savers flavor
- Chardonnay, for one
- Champagne fruit
- Wine, informally, with "the"
- What Mae West wanted peeled
- Waldorf salad fruit
- Viticulturist's morsel
- Vintner's pick
- Vintner's fruit
- Vintner's bit
- Vineyard picking
- Type of shot or soda
- Trix flavor
- Source of wine
- Sauvignon Blanc, for one
- Ribier or emperor
- Red, green or purple fruit
- Raisin, once
- Purple Kool-Aid flavor
- Purple candy's flavor, ostensibly
- One of Kool-Aid's original seven flavors
- Oenophile's fruit
- Morsel on a vine
- Like some jelly
- Just one of the bunch?
- Jelly option
- Jam flavor
- Italian ice choice
- Happy Mondays spinoff Black ___
- Happy Mondays spinoff Black __
- GaMAY, e.g
- Fruit such as pinot noir
- Fruit for wine
- Fruit for Bacchus
- Flavor of many Welch's juices
- Common cough medicine flavor
- Classic Nehi flavor
- Arbor product
- Arbor morsel
- Derision of the unattainable
- Vineyard fruit
- Smooth-skinned edible
- Kool-Aid flavor
- Lollipop flavor
- Nehi flavor
- Gatorade choice
- Purplish red
- Red or green fruit
- Muscat, for one
- Smucker's flavor
- Raisin, originally
- Lollipop selection
- Shade of purple
- Any of various juicy purple- or green-skinned fruit of the genus Vitis
- Grow in clusters
- Any of numerous woody vines of genus Vitis bearing clusters of edible berries
- Oenology symbol
- Plum purple
- Cornucopia item
- Vine item
- GaMAY, e.g.
- Fruit of the vine
- Diana or Dutchess
- Pick of the vineyard
- Concord, e.g.
- Fruit flavor
- Wine source
- Wrathful fruit?
- Seder juice
- Viticulturist's item
- Future raisin
- Little fruit from Greek imitator
- Juice type
- Soda flavor
- Gum flavor
- Bit of fruit for Bacchus
- Jelly flavor
- ___ Ape (purple cartoon gorilla)
- Small fruit
- JELL-O flavor
- Vine fruit
- Purple jelly flavor
- Wine fruit
- Soda selection
- Potential raisin
- Ovoid fruit
Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English
The Collaborative International Dictionary
Grape \Grape\, n. [OF. grape, crape, bunch or cluster of grapes, F. grappe, akin to F. grappin grapnel, hook; fr. OHG. chrapfo hook, G. krapfen, akin to E. cramp. The sense seems to have come from the idea of clutching. Cf. Agraffe, Cramp, Grapnel, Grapple.]
(Bot.) A well-known edible berry growing in pendent clusters or bunches on the grapevine. The berries are smooth-skinned, have a juicy pulp, and are cultivated in great quantities for table use and for making wine and raisins.
(Bot.) The plant which bears this fruit; the grapevine.
(Man.) A mangy tumor on the leg of a horse.
Grape borer. (Zo["o]l.) See Vine borer.
Grape curculio (Zo["o]l.), a minute black weevil ( Craponius in[ae]qualis) which in the larval state eats the interior of grapes.
Grape flower, or
Grape hyacinth (Bot.), a liliaceous plant ( Muscari racemosum) with small blue globular flowers in a dense raceme.
Grape fungus (Bot.), a fungus ( Oidium Tuckeri) on grapevines; vine mildew.
Grape hopper (Zo["o]l.), a small yellow and red hemipterous insect, often very injurious to the leaves of the grapevine.
Grape moth (Zo["o]l.), a small moth ( Eudemis botrana), which in the larval state eats the interior of grapes, and often binds them together with silk.
Grape of a cannon, the cascabel or knob at the breech.
Grape sugar. See Glucose.
Grape worm (Zo["o]l.), the larva of the grape moth.
Sour grapes, things which persons affect to despise because they can not possess them; -- in allusion to [AE]sop's fable of the fox and the grapes.
Douglas Harper's Etymology Dictionary
mid-13c., from Old French grape "bunch of grapes, grape" (12c.), probably a back-formation from graper "steal; grasp; catch with a hook; pick (grapes)," from a Frankish or other Germanic word, from Proto-Germanic *krappon "hook" (cognates: Middle Dutch crappe, Old High German krapfo "hook;" also see cramp (n.2)). The original notion perhaps was "vine hook for grape-picking." The vine is not native to England. The word replaced Old English winberige "wine berry." Spanish grapa, Italian grappa also are Germanic loan-words.
a. 1 contain grapes or having a grape flavor. 2 Of a dark purplish red colour. n. 1 (context countable English) A small, round, smooth-skinned edible fruit, usually purple, red, or green, that grows in bunches on vines of genus ''Vitis''. 2 (context countable English) A woody vine that bears clusters of grapes; a grapevine. 3 (context countable uncountable English) A dark purple red colour, the colour of many grapes. 4 (context uncountable English) grapeshot. 5 A mangy tumour on a horse's leg.
n. any of various juicy purple- or green-skinned fruit of the genus Vitis; grow in clusters
any of numerous woody vines of genus Vitis bearing clusters of edible berries [syn: grapevine]
GRAPE (Computers), or GRAphics Programming Environment is a software development environment for mathematical visualization, especially differential geometry and continuum mechanics. In 1994, it won the European Academic Software Award.
The term graphical refers to the applications; the programming itself is mostly based on C. GRAPE was developed by the University of Bonn in Germany and is available for free for non-commercial purposes. It has not been developed actively since 1998.
The GRAPE Manual says the following about GRAPE
- GRAPE Homepage
- GRAPE Summary
- GRAPE Manual
A grape is a fruit that grows on the vines of plants in the genus Vitis.
Grape or Grapes may also refer to:
- Don Cherry, Canadian hockey legend and commentator, nicknamed "Grapes"
- Grape, a four-pronged, long-handled fork, similar to a pitchfork
- Grape, any of various high-grade, purple marijuana cultivars
- GRAPE, a computer programming environment
- Grape (color), a shade of violet that resembles grapes.
- Grapeshot, a kind of ballistic projectile
- Grapes (film), a 2008 Czech film
- Grapes (surname)
- Gravity Pipe, a Tokyo University supercomputer (abbreviated GRAPE)
- Groovy Adaptable Packaging Engine, alternately called the Groovy Advanced Packaging Engine (GRAPE)
Usage examples of "grape".
I would I were the Bacchus on this cup, with the purple grapes adangle above me.
This appetite for grapes is so well confirmed by Aesop, and by passages in the Scriptures, that it is strange Mr.
And so, very, very carefully, Andromeda bedded down the little floppy-limbed puppy at the bottom of her basket, and covered his weak protesting form with flowers and white grapes and a pink handkerchief.
The Italians, according to Toby, pushed their grapes, and the Barbera was suffering a loss of quality.
Grapes made him think of Grapeshot and he wondered if the bastards up ahead were equipped with canister.
The tang of grape bubblegum mixes with the musk of drugstore aftershave.
It was in the season of the wild grapes that Zach saw that the bushbuck ewe was growing restless.
It was her last bottle, but the resonance was far better, the catalyzing effect upon the herbs more profound, than if she had used ordinary grape wine or even ale.
Napa and Sonoma, with the picking of pinot noir, chardonnay, pinot blanc, and pinot meunier, the grape varieties of champagne.
Before night the parties were all in, one detachment bearing the body of the bob-tailed catamount swung over a pole, like the mighty cluster of grapes from Eshcol, and another conveying with wise precaution that monstrous snapping-turtle which those of our friends who wish to see will find among the specimens marked Chelydra, Serpentine in the great collection at Cantabridge.
The waiter began to sing about the Chianti grapes in a beautiful operatic voice.
At this altitude of 6,000 feet one must learn to be content with varieties of Coniferae, for, except for aspens, which spring up in some places where the pines have been cleared away, and for cotton-woods, which at a lower level fringe the streams, there is nothing but the bear cherry, the raspberry, the gooseberry, the wild grape, and the wild currant.
Grombalia plain was sliding by: drought-burned fields of grape vines, and the sawback of the Djebel Abderrahman towering over them.
She had been thinking about their Saturday night pizza, which Helen insisted on ordering from one of those gourmet places that served pizza with things like shrimp and chicken fajitas and even stuffed grape leaves.
Peanuts are high in monounsaturated fats and also contain resveratrol, the same antioxidant found in grapes and wine.