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- n. Alternative spelling of sacaton.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. In the southwestern United States and Mexico: One of several grasses useful for hay, especially Epicampes macroura and species of Sporobolus; specifically, Sporobolus Wrightii, which in Arizona and New Mexico yields a hay valued in lieu of better for horses and mules. It grows in great clumps, producing a largo amount of coarse, tough stems and leaves.
- n. Same as broom-root.
- n. Same as fine-top salt-grass .
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