cane

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  • Info Cane is either of two genera of tall, perennial grasses with flexible, woody stalks from different tribes of the family Poaceae, that grow throughout the world. more...
  • They are now about three feet high, and each set has produced from three to six canes. Cited from The Commercial Products of the Vegetable Kingdom, by P. L. Simmonds
  • Though fresh canes had been introduced, they had suffered in the same way. Cited from My First Voyage to Southern Seas, by W.H.G. Kingston
  • They produce their fruit on one-year-old canes, which wood is of no further use. Cited from Gardening for the Million, by Alfred Pink
  • Sometimes they would find a track but it would soon be lost in the thick canes. Cited from Stories of Great Americans for Little Americans, by Edward Eggleston
  • I will tell you how it is that the canes make such a noise. Cited from The Travels of Marco Polo, Volume 2, Marco Polo and Rustichello of Pisa
  • He was armed only with his white cane and a note that claimed he had a gun.
  • The main industry on the island is sugar cane production, especially in the north.
  • She had left sugar canes as road marks to find their way back home.
  • He carried a gold-headed cane under his arm -- more in its head than he had in his. Cited from The Art of Public Speaking, by Carnegie and Esenwein
  • During the Japanese period, sugar cane became the main industry of the islands.
  • I mean he put on his best suit and started out, taking his gold-headed cane with him. Cited from Bully and Bawly No-Tail, by Howard R. Garis
  • His family grew up in rural poverty and worked in the cane fields to support themselves.
  • Some of them were made to be used as a walking cane until needed for sport.
  • They are afforded the right to use their cane in any public place as well.
  • No one could come within six paces of him, or even bear a cane near him.
  • He once gave me a couple of his canes, a great sign of favor with him. Cited from Violin Mastery, by Frederick H. Martens
  • The local area consists of farm fields, usually filled with sugar cane.
  • One of the most important agricultural products of the region is sugar cane.
  • They have also sugar-canes and other trees, but their sugar is very black. Cited from Voyages and Travels, Vol. 1, by Robert Kerr
  • Experimental sugar cane growing in the district followed and a successful industry grew.
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Meaning of cane

  • noun A stick that people can lean on to help them walk
  • noun A strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
  • noun A stiff switch used to hit students as punishment
  • verb Beat with a cane