Definition of concord
(Entry 1 of 2)
variants: or Concord grape
plural Concords or Concord grapes
Definition of Concord (Entry 2 of 2)
: a bluish-black grape that is a cultivar of the fox grape developed in the northeastern U.S. and used often to make juice and jellies Most of the Concords used for juice come from Washington state, where grape growing areas are primarily hot and dry.— Rae Burchfiel
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