Examples of grape in a Sentence
a bunch of seedless grapes
Recent Examples of grape from the Web
But other contaminated facilities scheduled for demolition border the Columbia River and are close to residential communities and fields that grow grapes, potatoes and corn.
The idea of slowing vessels down draws ire from countries that export perishable goods, like cherries and grapes, as Chile does.
Raspberries, grapes, peonies, rhubarb, lily of the valley and asparagus are just some of the plants commonly sold bare-rooted in garden centers and online.
Highlights of the Seder include eating matzo — unleavened bread — and bitter herbs, drinking four cups of wine or grape juice and reciting the Haggadah, the text that details the exodus from Egypt.
Organizers will provide grape juice for every table; please feel free to bring wine.
Germany is renowned for Riesling, of course, which happens to be one of my favorite grapes.
Its merlot grapes were picked in mid-September and cabernet franc later in the month and into early October.
Beckstoffer’s plan, Conaway notes, has left him unpopular with vintners whose continuing success relies on his grapes.
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Origin and Etymology of grape
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
GRAPE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of grape for English Language Learners
: a green, dark red, or purplish-black berry that is used to make wine or is eaten as a fruit
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