any of numerous grasses of the genus Bromus, having flat blades and open clusters of flower spikelets.
- Also called brome [brohm] /broʊm/ .
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How to use bromegrass in a sentence
"Come hither and kneel down, Seor Peter Brome," said the queen when he had finished speaking.Fair Margaret | H. Rider Haggard
There was not better pay in the village, nor a more constant customer than Dinah Brome.
Mrs Brome, as she passed that of the first house in the row, suddenly yielded to the impulse to stop and look within.
It was the sight of Dinah Brome at the head of affairs, however, which drew his attention from these details.
"Bor, 'taint the fust onnat'ral thing you ha' done i' your life," Mrs Brome said; and went out and shut the door.
British Dictionary definitions for brome grass
any of various grasses of the genus Bromus, having small flower spikes in loose drooping clusters. Some species are used for hay
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