American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- A region of central Kentucky noted for its lushly growing bluegrass and the breeding of thoroughbred horses.
“He established his bluegrass pedigree early as a member of Bluegrass”
“Of course, Kentucky is known as the Bluegrass State.”
“The man was Bill Monroe and the date was December 1945, when a young banjo player named Earl Scruggs joined Monroe's band, already called The Bluegrass Boys, for the first time.”
“Considering a stallion could always return to Kentucky should he succeed out of state, the number of mares heading out of the Bluegrass might be a more troubling trend.”
“Boonies music are basically of two types namely Bluegrass music and Mother country buy music.”
“Thanks again for choosing UK and calling the Bluegrass your new home.”
“In the meantime, Lyons said, Alltech plans to begin marketing an Irish coffee known as Bluegrass Sundown that will contain bourbon from another distillery.”
“The one exception I make is Hardly Strictly Bluegrass, which is exceedingly well-organized, with plenty of porta-potties and beer (alas, the beer isn't free).”
“This morning, The Wall Street Journal is running an article titled Bluegrass With a Difference.”
“MARION - The Historic Marion Depot Bluegrass Jam will celebrate Thanksgiving at 7 tonight with a special show called Bluegrass Mix, featuring Coy and Brenda Robinson.”
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