Saint Au·gus·tine grass noun \-ˈȯ-gə-ˌstēn-\
: a tropical perennial grass (Stenotaphrum secundatum) that has much-branched creeping stems and is used as a lawn grass and sand binder especially in the southern United States
Origin of SAINT AUGUSTINE GRASS
probably from St. Augustine,
First Known Use: 1900
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