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wild grape, noun phrase

Any of several shrubs or small trees which resemble vines or bear edible, grape-like fruits:
1. Any of several species of Vitaceae (the grape-vine family): a. Any of several plants of the genus Rhoicissus, especially R. tomentosa; see also droog-my-keel sense 1 a. b. Ampelocissus africana. c. Cyphostemma cirrhosum; droog-my-keel sense 1 b. 2. Lannea edulis of the Anacardiaceae.
1790 tr. of F. Le Vaillant’s Trav. II. 244I speak here of the fruit of a particular species of these plants, which is called the wild grape, on account of the great resemblance which its leaves have to those of the vine.
1993 Grocott’s Mail 6 Aug. 10Rhoicissus Tomentosa..Common Forest Wild Grape.
Any of several shrubs or small trees which resemble vines or bear edible, grape-like fruits:
Any of several plants of the genus Rhoicissus, especially R. tomentosa;
Ampelocissus africana.
Cyphostemma cirrhosum; droog-my-keel1 b.

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