Any of various sweet white grapes used for making wine or raisins.(noun)
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Use "muscat" in a sentence
"For it is well known that the other spices, as cinnamon, cloves, and the nutmeg, which we call muscat, and its covering"
"[mace], which we call muscat-flower, are brought to their Indian possessions from distant islands hitherto only known by name, in ships held together not by iron fastenings, but merely by palm-leaves, and having round sails also woven out of palm-fibres."
"Muscatel is made from muscat grapes, is sometimes called muscat, and, being relatively cheap and sweet and high in alcohol content, is the booze of choice for a great many wines."