a yellow, seedless variety of grape used in producing raisins.
the vine bearing this fruit, grown in California.
Origin of Thompson seedless
1890–95, Americanism; named after W. B. Thompson (1869–1930), American horticulturist
Also called Thompson seedless grape.
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