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a common wild grape (Vitis labrusca) native to E North America with leaves whose undersides are covered with whitish or reddish woolly hairs: it is the parent of many American vineyard grapes, as the Concord and Catawba
A wild grape (Vitis labrusca) of the eastern United States that bears purplish-black berries and is the source of many cultivated grape varieties.
(plural fox grapes)
- The native eastern North American grape, Vitis labrusca, with many cultivars, of which the Concord grape is the most important.