Examples of sorghum in a Sentence
a once-popular children's book that today's tots would likely regard as tiresome sorghum
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China, in response, launched an anti-dumping and anti-subsidy investigation weeks later into American imports of sorghum.
China denies its sorghum investigation is a form of retaliation.
One of his best dishes, said Lynch, is a salad, the Chavo salad with mixed greens, cotija cheese, roasted tomatoes, and corn nuts with a dressing made with Kentucky sorghum.
Between 2014 and 2016, Kansas averaged $180 million in annual sorghum exports to China.
Salads include a panzanella with sorghum vinaigrette, a wedge, and a fennel+citrus.
Behold your flyover states: Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, conspicuous from your window seat as a rectangular grid, a quilt of fields where earnest folk plant corn and soybeans and - everyone's favorite - sorghum.
So Dickenson put together a broom made out of a variety of sorghum, a grain that grows tall like corn and is used as livestock feed.
For sorghum farmers, the pain could hit even sooner.
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Origin and Etymology of sorghum
First Known Use: 1597See Words from the same year
SORGHUM Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of sorghum for English Language Learners
: a kind of tropical grass that is grown for food; also : the grain that grows on this grass
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