from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- A river rising in the Vosges Mountains of northeast France and flowing about 547 km (340 mi) north then northeast to the Rhine River in western Germany. The German valley of the river is noted for its castles and vineyards.
- n. A light dry white wine made from the Riesling grape, produced in the valley of the Moselle River.
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- proper n. A river flowing from France into the Rhine
- proper n. One of the départements of Lorraine, France
- n. A light white wine, made from Riesling grapes originating in the valley of this river
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A light wine, usually white, produced in the vicinity of the river Moselle.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. One of the wines produced along the river Moselle.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. German white wine from the Moselle valley or a similar wine made elsewhere
His sparkling Johannisberger and high-class sparkling moselle from Rheingau and Moselle wines of superior vintages are of delicate flavour and great softness, and are frequently shipped without any liqueur whatever.
Bus Firm Takes Car Sharers To Court - A group of French cleaning ladies organised a car-sharing scheme to get to work (they live in Moselle and work five days a week at EU offices in Luxembourg).
Cues on the Moselle was his birthplace, and gave him his name Cusanus.
The valley of the Moselle is a very rich and fertile one, and in proportion to its extent is almost as valuable as that of the Rhine.
The narrative of the loss of the Moselle is the last which I shall give to the reader.
The name of the Moselle, which is not specified by Ammianus, is clearly understood by Mascou,
Moselle which is full of graceful details (X, 10).
Captain Fowle (who met a melancholy fate many years afterwards, while a Lieutenant-Colonel on board the steamer "Moselle" on the Ohio) had been relieved, as commanding officer of the post, at the same time, and embarked on board the same vessel with his family.
"The Moselle was a new boat, intended to ply regularly between
The name of the Moselle, which is not specified by Ammianus, is clearly understood by Mascou, (Hist. of the Ancient Germans, vii.