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Definition of Muscat

  • A name given to several varieties of Old World grapes, differing in color, size, etc., but all having a somewhat musky flavor. The muscat of Alexandria is a large oval grape of a pale amber color.
  • sweet aromatic grape used for raisins and wine
  • wine from muscat grapes
  • a port on the Gulf of Oman and capital of the sultanate of Oman
  • any of several cultivated grapevines that produce sweet white grapes

How to use muscat in a sentence. Muscat pronunciation.

This agency has resulted in the conclusion of treaties with the King of Siam and the Sultan of Muscat, whereby the commerce of the United States with the countries subject to the dominion of those princes, which had been previously embarrassed by serious disadvantages and obstructions, is placed upon a footing with that of the most favored nation.
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These treaties, the former of which was signed at the city of Siayuthia (commonly called Bankok) on the 20th day of March, 1833, and the latter at the city of Muscat on the 21st day of September of the same year, are submitted to the Senate for their consideration and advice.
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Commercial treaties promising great advantages to our enterprising merchants and navigators have been formed with the distant Governments of Muscat and Siam.
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The nearest port was Muscat and the crew took to the boats in the hope of reaching it.
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On foot they trudged day after day in the direction of Muscat, and how they suffered and what they endured was told by one of the survivors, young Daniel Saunders.
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Eight living skeletons left of eighteen strong seamen tottered into Muscat and were cared for by the English consul.
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Le lendemain, ayant traversé les landes de Saint-Hubéri, et goûté les bons muscats de Loupian, nous vîmes Montpellier se présenter à nous, environné de ces plantades et de ces blanquettes que vous connaissez.
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Chasselas Doradillo, White Rice, Black Alicante, and Muscat of Alexandria are largely cultivated.
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Major von Wissmann further suggests that the station authorities should endeavor to domesticate zebras (especially when crossed with muscat and other asses and horses), ostriches, and hyaena dogs crossed with European breeds.
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Il était adossé au mur d'enceinte et couvert d'une treille de muscat toujours grillée par le soleil.
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I also placed a bell-glass over a young Muscat grape in the hot-house, and it made each day three or four very small oval revolutions; the shoot moving less than half an inch from side to side.
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Two days later Raymond received a box from London and showed Estelle an amazing bunch of Muscat grapes, destined for Sabina.
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There is an evident flavour of the muscat grape in the Castagnolo sparkling wine, which has the merit of lightness and of being well made.
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Dry Pale Styrian Muscat Champagne.
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Also a bright yellow fruit, as large as a Muscat grape, and several varieties of plums.
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From Mombas they are carried, by the Muscat traders, to Yamen, and thence to Mekka; in which place they are blessed, and rendered doubly precious.
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He adds: "It is certain that the country produces the vine naturally,-that it bears a grape that ripens perfectly, the berry as large as the muscat.
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Examples of Muscat

Example #1
These treaties, the former of which was signed at the city of Siayuthia (commonly called Bankok) on the 20th day of March, 1833, and the latter at the city of Muscat on the 21st day of September of the same year, are submitted to the Senate for their consideration and advice.
Example #2
To the Senate of the United States_: It having been represented to me by persons whose statements and opinions were thought worthy of confidence that the trade of the United States might be extended and rendered more lucrative by commercial arrangements with the countries bordering on the Indian Ocean, and being informed that the success of any efforts which might be made to accomplish that object would materially depend upon the secrecy with which they should be conducted, I appointed Mr. Edmund Roberts a special agent of this Government for the purpose of visiting those seas and concluding such commercial conventions as might have the effect of securing additional advantages to our trade in that quarter.
Example #3
I transmit a copy of the instructions which were given to the special agent and a communication made by him to the Secretary of State, containing particular and important information respecting the countries with which these treaties have been concluded.
Example #4
This agency has resulted in the conclusion of treaties with the King of Siam and the Sultan of Muscat, whereby the commerce of the United States with the countries subject to the dominion of those princes, which had been previously embarrassed by serious disadvantages and obstructions, is placed upon a footing with that of the most favored nation.
Example #5
The ratifications have been exchanged, but have not reached the Department of State.
Example #6
The result of the confidential inquiries made into the condition and prospects of the newly declared Texan Government will be communicated to you in the course of the session.