angleton grass

noun an·gle·ton grass \ˈaŋgəltən-, -tən-\

Definition of angleton grass

  1. :  a grass (Andropogon nodosus) native to the Old World tropics and introduced in the West Indies having one or two racemes with the spikelets closely overlapping

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Origin and Etymology of angleton grass

probably from Angleton, Texas, where it was introduced

First Known Use: 1926

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