"And their terms for texture--pear's rind--lime peel--millet seed!
John G. Neihardt Behind the House is the Millet Plot.
In the fourteenth century the broths and soups were made with millet-flour and mixed wheats.
The stream flows between woods, maize, and millet fields, and the view extends over hills and mountains to the distant and gigantic Caucasus.
In the millet zone where there was much work to be done the slaveholdings were in many cases very large and the control relatively stringent; but in the banana districts an easy-going schedule prevailed for all.
A very nice ride, cool, and through a succession of crops of millet; a stiff, reedy stem, some twelve or fourteen feet high, with a tuft on the top, is the physiognomy of the millet stalk.
The food of the Circassians consists of a little meat, millet-paste, and a kind of beer fermented from millet.
Keeping the Pontus on their right, they passed through the millet-eating (3) Thracians, as they are called, and reached Salmydessus.
I have seven mouths to fill, and seven millet beds.