from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. An American grass, Glyceria Canadensis, a handsome stout species with a large panicle of drooping spikelets, which are ovate, and flattish but turgid, like those of Briza, the quaking-grass. It is a useful forage-grass in wet places. Sometimes called tall quaking-grass.
- n. See slough-grass.
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