Bluegrass meaning

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A kind of Southern string-band music characterized by bluesy harmonies, rapid tempos, and an overall high-pitched vocal and instrumental sound.
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Any of various grasses of the genus Poa, having bluish spikelets, including species such as Kentucky bluegrass that are used for pastures and lawns and others that are considered weeds.
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(music) A type of country music that originated in the southern United States, typically played on acoustic stringed instruments and characterized by rapid tempos and jazzlike improvisation.
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A region of central Kentucky noted for its lushly growing bluegrass and the breeding of thoroughbred horses.
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Any of a large genus (Poa) of temperate and arctic forage grasses characterized by a bluish-green color.
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(countable) Kentucky bluegrass, Poa pretensis.
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(uncountable) A style of country music with roots in Scots-Irish Appalachian folk music, blues, and jazz. Characterized by banjos, fiddles, and mandolins, but containing no drums.
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Origin of bluegrass