Mustard grape
Mustang Mus"tang, n. [Sp. muste[~n]o belonging to the graziers, strayed, wild.] (Zo["o]l.) The half-wild horse of the plains in Mexico, California, etc. It is small, hardy, and easily sustained. [1913 Webster]

{Mustard grape} (Bot.), a species of grape ({Vitis candicans}), native in Arkansas and Texas. The berries are small, light-colored, with an acid skin and a sweet pulp. [1913 Webster]


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