grass

Part of speech: noun

The green plants on which cattle feed.

Part of speech: noun

Any plant with hollow, jointed stems and sheathing leaves.

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Usage examples "grass":

  1. From the sofa by the fire- side one might see the laurustinus on the grass- plot,- now covered with flowers: and when the day was warm enough to let him lie in the window, he could see the mill, and all that was going on round it. - "The Crofton Boys", Harriet Martineau.
  2. " You must sit on the grass, then," I said. - "Daisy", Elizabeth Wetherell.
  3. So she stopped to pick it up from among the long grass, where it had fallen. - "Old Greek Stories", James Baldwin.