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grass noun

ADJ. green | coarse, rough, thick | lush | long, tall | short | fresh-cut, freshly-cut, freshly-mown | damp, wet | dry | wild

QUANT. blade I've walked along that path for so many years I know every blade of grass. | clump, tuft There were only a few clumps of coarse grass for the animals to eat.

VERB + GRASS eat | cut, mow | sow

GRASS + VERB grow

GRASS + NOUN clippings, cuttings | seed | verge We parked on the grass verge by the side of the road.

PREP. across the ~ They all set off across the grass. | in the ~ I found the wallet lying in the grass. | on the ~ You're not allowed to walk on the grass. | through the ~ The dog came running through the long grass.