or sug·ar cane
Words nearby sugarcane
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Made with cachaça, a sugarcane Brandy native to Brazil, and limes and sugar, this is the Brazilian national cocktail.
The gunmen searched him, took his money, and ordered him to lie face down in a sugarcane field along the road.
Sugarcane Marinade This marinade is one of my all-time heroes.
Later, my best friend will present me with some homemade Mexican Christmas ponche full of sugarcane to chew on.
The climb took two hours and a half, and they stopped six times for Xerox to drink tea, or a glass of sugarcane juice.
Here the Indian corn takes the place of the sugarcane, and I ride through wide fields of the broad-leafed tobacco-plant.The Rifle Rangers|Captain Mayne Reid
How can I help fearing when some monster is twisting back my neck, and is about to snap it as he would a sugarcane?Hindu Literature|Epiphanius Wilson
Sugarcane is cultivated on the fertile plains, yielding three hogsheads on an average per acre without any manure.Porto Rico|Arthur D. Hall
Thus members of the Bedna or sugarcane sept make a stick of flour and worship it.The Tribes and Castes of the Central Provinces of India|R. V. Russell
Other products grown here were rice, corn, sugarcane, fruits and vegetables.Slave Narratives: A Folk History of Slavery in the United States|Work Projects Administration