muscade

noun mus·cade \ˌməˈskād\

Definition of muscade

plural

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  1. :  a light brown that is stronger and slightly yellower than blush and redder, lighter, and stronger than cork —called also woodland rose

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Origin and Etymology of muscade

French, nutmeg, from Middle French (nois) muscade, from Old French — more at nutmeg


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