American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. An early-growing, usually drought-resistant grain sorghum, especially Sorghum bicolor, resembling millet.
- n. US sorghum
- Possibly from Afrikaans mealie, corn, probably from Portuguese milho, from Latin milium, millet; see millet. (American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition)
“Also, milo is a known criminal and his own men are there to vouch for that. the detective gives milo a choice.”
“If he's a lucky dog, he'll spend some good days in milo fields.”
“The scene in milo and otis where the filmmakers forced a cat into a box and sent it floating downriver.”
“Sorghum - also known as milo, millet and broomcorn -- is the grain of choice in hot, dry places where corn won't grow.”
“Whether it's wheat and barley in the North, corn and grain sorghums such as milo in the Midwest, or rice in the South, waterfowl readily adapt to farm feed.”
“Neal Sloper: "" Ted Robinson lands 49ers gig: The Dolich plan begins to take shape "Dear Tim - Thanks for ..." milo: "Starkey wasn't perfect (that's for sure) but he does have that old time radio voice that works ...”
“Norm: "Tim, Love the blog, but puuuuuuhlease get over yourself!" milo: "TK's analysis of Kiffin makes sense.”
“After realizing his potential, milo tries to master his powers and uses it for his own advantages like improving his grades academically, getting what he wants, getting his girl etc.”
“In the midwest its unlikely alfalfa or milo will be standing very long, it'll get ate or snowed under as you must know.”
“Like rabbit said though if its not a plot corn and milo work really well.”
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