Entry from British & World English dictionary
A pair of scissors used for dividing a bunch of grapes.
- Perhaps it was the white-gloved waitress with her trolley of warm marshmallows which she then proceeded to cut into cubes with grape scissors.
- The guests will be happy to pluck them with grape scissors at the end of the meal, or, for more formal dinner parties, in between courses.
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