any grass of the genus Poa, as the Kentucky bluegrass, P. pratensis, having dense tufts of bluish-green blades and creeping rhizomes.
country music that is polyphonic in character and is played on unamplified stringed instruments, with emphasis especially on the solo banjo.
the Bluegrass. Bluegrass Region.
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any of several North American bluish-green grasses of the genus Poa, esp P. pratensis (Kentucky bluegrass), grown for forage
a type of folk music originating in Kentucky, characterized by a simple harmonized accompaniment
a color about midway between blue and green in the spectrum. Historical Examples Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 16, Slice 5 Various A Color Notation Albert H. Munsell The Firing Line Robert W. Chambers A Man of Two Countries Alice Harriman Stories That End Well Octave Thanet The Dust Flower Basil King Breaking Point James […]
a widely distributed group of predominantly photosynthetic prokaryotic organisms of the subkingdom Cyanophyta, resembling phototrophic bacteria, occurring singly or in colonies in diverse habitats: some species can fix atmospheric nitrogen. Historical Examples Birds from North Borneo Max C. Thompson plural noun the former name for cyanobacteria
a grosbeak, Guiraca caerulea, of the U.S., Mexico, and Central America, the male of which is blue with two rusty bars on each wing.
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