GNU Webster's 1913
- n. (Bot.) a grass (Stipa spartea) with grains bearing a stout twisted awn, which, by coiling and uncoiling through changes in moisture, propels the sharp-pointed and barbellate grain into the wool and flesh of sheep. It is found from Illinois westward. See
“We picked our way through spinifex, the dense, bristling tussocks of porcupine grass that dominate the central Australian deserts and positively thrive on fire.”
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Common varieties of grasses and sedges native to American prairies.
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