grapy

[grey-pee]
adjective, grapier, grapiest.
1.
of, like, or composed of grapes.
2.
tasting of grapes or grape juice: a grapy wine.
Also, grapey.


Origin:
1350–1400; Middle English. See grape, -y1

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grape (ɡreɪp)
 
n
1.  the fruit of the grapevine, which has a purple or green skin and sweet flesh: eaten raw, dried to make raisins, currants, or sultanas, or used for making wine
2.  any of various plants that bear grapelike fruit, such as the Oregon grape
3.  See grapevine
4.  the grape an informal term for wine
5.  See grapeshot
 
[C13: from Old French grape bunch of grapes, of Germanic origin; compare Old High German krāpfo; related to cramp², grapple]
 
'grapeless
 
adj
 
'grapelike
 
adj
 
'grapey
 
adj
 
'grapy
 
adj

grapey or grapy (ˈɡreɪpɪ)
 
adj , -pier, -piest
tasting or smelling of grapes
 
grapy or grapy
 
adj

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