a cereal grass, Sorghum bicolor (or S. vulgare), having broad, cornlike leaves and a tall, pithy stem bearing the grain in a dense terminal cluster.
the syrup made from sorgo.
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How to use sorghum in a sentence
Topping it, however, are see-through slices of stone fruit — plums one visit, peaches another — along with the everywhere garnish, Fresno chile, and nutty puffed sorghum.La Bise adds a fun French touch to downtown Washington | Tom Sietsema | July 23, 2021 | Washington Post
Whiskey and vodka are also loosely classified as such, but the base of baijiu is sorghum.
Initial testing of the fertilizer was positive; the Sanergy plot yielded 30% more sorghum than a non-fertilized plot.Toilet Made for Densely Populated Settlements Turns Waste Into Dollars | Mike Miesen | April 5, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
sorghum requires less water than corn but yields about the same amount of ethanol per bushel.Democrats and Republicans Support Harmful Ethanol Subsidies for the Sake of Votes | Robert Bryce | September 5, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
The agency is expected to approve the use of sorghum for ethanol production.Democrats and Republicans Support Harmful Ethanol Subsidies for the Sake of Votes | Robert Bryce | September 5, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
sorghum syrup is actually a juice extract collected from a tall grass called sweet sorghum.
The camp took its name from our principal article of diet, and was by common consent known as "Camp sorghum."
Our ration at this time consisted of raw corn-meal and sorghum molasses, without salt or any provision of utensils for cooking.
There were sweet potatoes, fleecy biscuits, a jug of sorghum, and a pitcher of sweet milk.
And what do dat Jinny know 'bout whipped sorghum or melon puff, I should like to inquaire!Maid Sally | Harriet A. Cheever
Of course there is plenty of corn-meal, beans, middling and sorghum, so there is no danger of starvation.Mothering on Perilous | Lucy S. Furman
British Dictionary definitions for sorghum
any grass of the Old World genus Sorghum, having solid stems, large flower heads, and glossy seeds: cultivated for grain, hay, and as a source of syrup: See also durra
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