A thick tangle of muscadine and Cherokee roses led off from them right and left, hiding the trail of the long-vanished rail fence.
Us too busy playin' and huntin' good berries in de wood, de huckleberry and grape and muscadine and chinquapins.
That fat fool Albemarle had swallowed my impeachment like a draught of muscadine.
When not in use, craft like this was secured to trees by means of muscadine vines.
The bottoms near are overspread with a dense growth of trees and vines, among which latter I noticed the muscadine grape.
A balmy scent crept through the room, of wild thyme, of herbs, of asphodel and the muscadine of the wine press.
A similar popular prejudice exists in regard to the muscadine grape, which flourishes best in swampy localities.
As for the muscadine, that loss will soon be repaired, the more gladly as your friend here will help us to drink it.'
A few years ago most of the muscadine grapes grown in the South were used for wine-making.
After coffee she said to the old maidservant: “Tell them to bring out a half-bottle of muscadine.”