Examples from the Web for bluegrass
The law has been on the books in the Bluegrass State for a long time.
The Bluegrass State is eager to grow hemp for the purposes of research and commerce.
The race was called minutes after polls closed in the Bluegrass State.
Bluegrass Tea Partiers will need major reinforcements to even have a hope of defeating the veteran senator.
Scotts Miracle Gro made a pest resistant Kentucky bluegrass in 2011 using the same technology.
Were all men in the bluegrass like Frank Layson—courteous, considerate, and as strong and active as the best of mountaineers?In Old Kentucky|Edward Marshall and Charles T. Dazey
The Shirt-tail battalion and the bluegrass battalion stood in peril of decimation in their maiden engagement.The Code of the Mountains|Charles Neville Buck
In the highlands or the lowlands, in the mountains or the Bluegrass, generation after generation is weighted with the curse.The Quest for a Lost Race|Thomas E. Pickett
Through the billowing richness of the Bluegrass lowlands, he had hurried with a homing throb in his pulses.The Law of Hemlock Mountain|Hugh Lundsford
The style of Curtis was in such marked contrast to the bluegrass article represented by Rogers that it seemed a rebuke.Little Journeys to the Homes of the Great, Volume 7|Elbert Hubbard
British Dictionary definitions for bluegrass
Word Origin and History for bluegrass
also blue-grass, music style, 1958, in reference to the Blue Grass Boys, country music band 1940s-'50s, from the "blue" grass (Poa pratensis) characteristic of Kentucky, the grass so called from 1751. Kentucky has been called the Bluegrass State since at least 1872; see blue (n.) + grass.