bagasse

noun
ba·​gasse | \ bə-ˈgas How to pronounce bagasse (audio) \

Definition of bagasse

: plant residue (as of sugarcane or grapes) left after a product (such as juice) has been extracted

Examples of bagasse in a Sentence

Recent Examples on the Web Add a luxurious Oil Bath For The Senses to your tub, which is infused with rosemary, sugarcane bagasse and corncob. Bianca Salonga, Forbes, 6 Nov. 2021 This includes agricultural residues as sugarcane bagasse and corn cobs, wood chips and pellets from thinnings and wood industry residues, and even dried animal dung. Nils Rokke, Forbes, 1 Mar. 2021 The compostable bagasse products made from a byproduct of sugarcane, for example, don’t always hold up well with soupy or saucy foods, said Leonard, of the 80-year-old Leonard Paper Company. Christina Tkacik, baltimoresun.com, 25 Sep. 2020 To make the products, the company takes fiber materials, which could include recycled boxes, newspapers, agricultural waste, wheat starch, virgin papers, and bagasse, a sugar cane byproduct. Amanda Morris, azcentral, 29 Jan. 2020 All food and beverages must now be served with marine degradable packaging, including paper, fiber, wood, wheat straw/straw, bagasse, or edible material, and even marine degradable straws and silverware can be provided only upon request. Dakota Kim, Sunset, 22 Jan. 2018 All food and beverages must now be served with marine degradable packaging, including paper, fiber, wood, wheat straw/straw, bagasse, or edible material, and even marine degradable straws and silverware can be provided only upon request. Dakota Kim, Sunset, 22 Jan. 2018

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First Known Use of bagasse

1806, in the meaning defined above

History and Etymology for bagasse

French

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10 Nov 2021

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“Bagasse.” Merriam-Webster.com Dictionary, Merriam-Webster, https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/bagasse. Accessed 5 Dec. 2021.

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More Definitions for bagasse

bagasse

noun
ba·​gasse | \ bə-ˈgas How to pronounce bagasse (audio) \

Medical Definition of bagasse

: plant residue (as of sugarcane or grapes) left after a product (as juice) has been extracted

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