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Grape vs. Graze

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Grapenoun

(countable) A small, round, smooth-skinned edible fruit, usually purple, red, or green, that grows in bunches on vines of genus Vitis.

Grazenoun

The act of grazing; a scratching or injuring lightly on passing.

Grapenoun

(countable) A woody vine that bears clusters of grapes; a grapevine; of genus Vitis.

Grazenoun

A light abrasion; a slight scratch.

Grapenoun

A dark purplish-red colour, the colour of many grapes.

Grazeverb

(transitive) To feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc.) with grass; to furnish pasture for.

Grapenoun

(uncountable) grapeshot.

Grazeverb

(ambitransitive) To feed on; to eat (growing herbage); to eat grass from (a pasture)

‘Cattle graze in the meadows.’;

Grapenoun

A mangy tumour on a horse's leg.

Grazeverb

(transitive) To tend (cattle, etc.) while grazing.

Grapenoun

A person's head.

Grazeverb

(intransitive) To eat periodically throughout the day, rather than at fixed mealtimes.

Grapeadjective

Containing grapes or having a grape flavor.

Grazeverb

To shoplift by consuming food or drink items before reaching the checkout.

Grapeadjective

Of a dark purplish red colour.

Grazeverb

(transitive) To rub or touch lightly the surface of (a thing) in passing.

‘the bullet grazed the wall’;

Grapeverb

To pick grapes.

Grazeverb

(transitive) To cause a slight wound to; to scratch.

‘to graze one's knee’;

Grapeverb

(of livestock) To develop tubercules as a result of tuberculosis.

Grazeverb

(intransitive) To yield grass for grazing.

Grapeverb

To develop a texture with small grape-like clusters of a contaminant or foreign substance.

Grazeverb

To feed or supply (cattle, sheep, etc.) with grass; to furnish pasture for.

‘A field or two to graze his cows.’;

Grapeverb

To grope.

Grazeverb

To feed on; to eat (growing herbage); to eat grass from (a pasture); to browse.

‘The lambs with wolves shall graze the verdant mead.’;

Grapenoun

A well-known edible berry growing in pendent clusters or bunches on the grapevine. The berries are smooth-skinned, have a juicy pulp, and are cultivated in great quantities for table use and for making wine and raisins.

Grazeverb

To tend (cattle, etc.) while grazing.

‘When Jacob grazed his uncle Laban's sheep.’;

Grapenoun

The plant which bears this fruit; the grapevine.

Grazeverb

To rub or touch lightly the surface of (a thing) in passing; as, the bullet grazed the wall.

Grapenoun

A mangy tumor on the leg of a horse.

Grazeverb

To eat grass; to feed on growing herbage; as, cattle graze on the meadows.

Grapenoun

Grapeshot.

Grazeverb

To yield grass for grazing.

‘The ground continueth the wet, whereby it will never graze to purpose.’;

Grapenoun

any of various juicy purple- or green-skinned fruit of the genus Vitis; grow in clusters

Grazeverb

To touch something lightly in passing.

Grapenoun

any of numerous woody vines of genus Vitis bearing clusters of edible berries

Grazenoun

The act of grazing; the cropping of grass.

‘Turning him out for a graze on the common.’;

Grape

A grape is a fruit, botanically a berry, of the deciduous woody vines of the flowering plant genus Vitis. Grapes can be eaten fresh as table grapes, used for making wine, jam, grape juice, jelly, grape seed extract, vinegar, and grape seed oil, or dried as raisins, currants and sultanas.

Grazenoun

A light touch; a slight scratch.

Grazenoun

a superficial abrasion

Grazenoun

the act of grazing

Grazeverb

feed as in a meadow or pasture;

‘the herd was grazing’;

Grazeverb

break the skin (of a body part) by scraping;

‘She was grazed by the stray bullet’;

Grazeverb

let feed in a field or pasture or meadow

Grazeverb

scrape gently;

‘graze the skin’;

Grazeverb

eat lightly, try different dishes;

‘There was so much food at the party that we quickly got sated just by browsing’;

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