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miscanthus

/ (mɪsˈkænθəs) /
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noun
any tall perennial bamboo-like grass of the genus Miscanthus, native from southern Africa to SE Asia and cultivated for ornament in temperate regions
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How to use miscanthus in a sentence

  • The best of the permanent kinds in the North are the various sorts of Eulalia (properly Miscanthus).

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