or sug·ar cane
- a tall grass, Saccharum officinarum, of tropical and warm regions, having a stout, jointed stalk, and constituting the chief source of sugar.
Origin of sugarcane
Examples from the Web for sugarcane
Contemporary Examples of sugarcane
Made with cachaça, a sugarcane Brandy native to Brazil, and limes and sugar, this is the Brazilian national cocktail.What to Eat: The World Cup
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The gunmen searched him, took his money, and ordered him to lie face down in a sugarcane field along the road.7 Student Travel Nightmares
May 12, 2010
Sugarcane Marinade This marinade is one of my all-time heroes.8 Recipes From Norman Van Aken
January 26, 2010
Later, my best friend will present me with some homemade Mexican Christmas ponche full of sugarcane to chew on.How to Write a Winning Ivy League Essay
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The climb took two hours and a half, and they stopped six times for Xerox to drink tea, or a glass of sugarcane juice.An Excerpt from Between the Assassinations
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Historical Examples of sugarcane
They abstain from using the sugarcane and the sendia flower.
Sometimes the contribution was a quilt, or a quantity of sugarcane.Up From Slavery: An Autobiography
Booker T. Washington
In-tus is a beverage made out of the juice of the sugarcane.
The preparation of the drink is identical with that of sugarcane brew.
The time selected for the planting of sugarcane and bananas is around noon.