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  • n. Plural form of muscadine.


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  • And on fall weekends, we picked purple muscadines and wild grapes in the country.

    Beth Arnold: My Father's Voice

  • Acorns, persimmons, apples, and muscadines (in the South) are falling — and whitetails know it.

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  • Only here's the thing: The small tank with the muscadines is fermenting.

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  • Mmmm... nutty, sweet muscadine then drained 1.5 gallons of the racked mead from the big vessel onto the muscadines.

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  • I then got the muscadines which had been thawing for the past couple of hours and pounded them into a pretty convincing pulp with a potato masher.

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  • The muscadines safely taken care of, I turned my attention to the remaining mead.

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  • “I comes down here for a walk and pick muscadines for my massa.”

    The Highest Price for Passion

  • Taking great care in where he stepped because cotton mouths lingered around the brushes for the nectar of the muscadines, Quincy began to disrobe, piece by piece, and then entered the water, taking his clothes with him.

    The Highest Price for Passion

  • The muscadines grew thick on the banks of the old creek, even though the water had mostly dried up from the kind of hot summer people in Alabama talk about for years afterward.

    Angels of a Lower Flight

  • I was not there on the riverbank with the back of my new dress getting dirty from lying in muscadines.

    Angels of a Lower Flight


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