cluster of grapes

cluster of grapes

adjective A descriptive term referring to a pattern in which there are multiple rounded, often variably sized vesicular masses, fancifully likened to clustered grapes.
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O famous guard before a nameless garden, bearded, shaggy, hugely tall, with pelts that fall over your enormous shoulders, much broader than an oxen's back, goat-legged, big-butted, poised on cloven hooves, on your head a basket rests between your horns, your right hand on the handle, your left dangling a cluster of grapes.
For instance, yellow liliums are arranged in an acrylic wine chiller with a bottle of champagne and a cluster of grapes.
As a vineyard manager, Hyde must strike the perfect balance of temperature, sunlight, shade and airflow around each cluster of grapes.
A vintner was depicted with two slaves carrying a cluster of grapes or an amphora of wine suspended on a pole between them.
She lifts a cluster of grapes, aloof and strangely sacred in their frost, and urges them on me.
It derives from the Latin "muscus", the root of the word "musk", in recognition of the scent of some of the species, and from the Greek word describing a small cluster of grapes.
cluster of grapes because there is a blessing (juice for wine?
Designed specifically to appeal to the tastes of wine lovers, the exterior is a rich Burgundy colour and a cluster of grapes motif is used on the interior and exterior.
In one hand she raises a cluster of grapes, frosted with dust,
It is amazing to realize that just weeks before this wine was a cluster of grapes in a grower's vineyard.
The original city logo consisted of a cluster of grapes.
Dip a small cluster of grapes, or a single piece of fruit, into egg whites.

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