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 n.— «Fleer also explained that muscadine wine, a variety the Napa guest had never heard of, is sometimes called “muscadime” for its poor quality as drink.» —“Appalachian gourmet: Tennessee resort elevates regional cuisine to haute commodity” by Jennifer Justus Boston Herald (Massachusetts) Oct. 8, 2006. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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