[ sˈakɑːɹəm], [ sˈakɑːɹəm], [ s_ˈa_k_ɑː_ɹ_ə_m]
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How to use "Saccharum" in context?
Saccharum is a genus of flowering plants in the grass family. The genus is widespread across much of temperate and tropical regions of the world. There are about 100 known species of saccharum, with very few restrictions to the genus. Saccharum is monocotyledonous, with a single cotyledon. The plants typically reach a height of 1 to 4 meters. The leaves are simple, tough, and dense, with a sheath on the blade. The inflorescence is a head of bristly, nodes-laden spikelets, which are either purple or brown in color.
Homophones for Saccharum:
- saxhorn, serum, seriema, saurian, schizachyrium, sherman, scorn, serene, scrawny, sukarno, saarinen, sea room, scream, scrim, sage green, scrimy, syrian, saccharine, showroom, swear in, surinam, saharan, saroyan, scrum, sworn, secern, sirenia, swarm, shrine, sage-green, sacrum, suzerain, saran, sex crime, surname, ski run, suriname, squaw corn, serine, screen, serin, siren, Sea green, sermon, skiagram, surnia, sojourn, sickroom, square one, serenoa, shower room, scram, sewer main, squirm, saccharin, sea-green, sex hormone, sirenian, shorn, sarin, shoehorn.
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