Verjuice

Verjuice (s {respell|VUR|jooss}; from Middle French vertjus `green juice`) is a highly acidic juice made by pressing unripe grapes, crab-apples or other sour fruit. Sometimes lemon or sorrel juice, herbs or spices are added to change the flavour. In the Middle Ages, it was widely used all over Western Europe as an ingredient in sauces, as a cond.....
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Verjuice

• (n.) Tartness; sourness, as of disposition. • (n.) The sour juice of crab apples, of green or unripe grapes, apples, etc.; also, an acid liquor made from such juice.
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Verjuice

Ver'juice` noun [ Middle English vergeous , French verjus , that is, the juice of green fruits; verd , vert , green + jus juice. See Verdant , and Juice .] 1. The sour juice of crab apples, of green or unripe grapes, apples, etc.; also, an aci...
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verjuice

sour juice of unripe fruit
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Verjuice

Verjuice is the name given to the harsh juice of the unripe grapes used in wine making.
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