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muscatel (n.)

"strong, sweet wine made from muscat grapes," 1530s, variant of muskadell (c. 1400), from Medieval Latin muscatellum, diminutive of muscat "(grape) with the fragrance of musk" (see muscat).

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Definitions of muscatel

muscatel (n.)
wine from muscat grapes;
Synonyms: muscat / muscadel / muscadelle
muscatel (n.)
sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine;
Synonyms: muscat / muscat grape
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