from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. A sweet grape dried either in the sun or by artificial means.
- n. A deep brownish purple.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A dried grape.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A grape, or a bunch of grapes.
- n. A grape dried in the sun or by artificial heat.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A cluster of grapes; also, a grape.
- n. A dried grape of the common Old World species, Vitis vinifera.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- n. dried grape
Apparently a raisin is a dried grape (knew that) while a sultana is a seedless raisin (didn't know that - presumably they mean dried seedless grape and not a raisin they've gone to the trouble of taking the seed from) and a currant is a dried seedless grape of a specific variety.
On the menu it is referred to as "raisin et cannelle."
Sour cream raisin is an old farm recipe in the midwest.
You know, there's money in raisin 'horses -- especially the big workhorses that run to eighteen hundred an' two thousand pounds.
Made with Friday's leftover raisin raisin challah, local eggs and honey purchased at the Ballard Farmers Market (from Washington Bees that took a trip to California to pollinate lime, lemon and orange crops).
I had the pork in raisin, prune and apricot sauce and felt it was also quite good.
An example of a productivity improvement that "will not be put into operation until there is need for it due to rising cost," as Simon said, is in raisin grapes].
They’re not as versatile as the go-with-anything plain variety of english muffin, but when they’re spread with butter, cinnamon raisin is a fantastic breakfast treat.
She glared at Ermessenda, who winced and made a face that Ramon called her raisin look -- wrinkled, dry, and dark.
The sludge that came out was courteously called raisin wine.