grass

[ gras, grahs ]SEE DEFINITION OF grass

EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRASS

And throwing himself on the grass, he hid his face against the dog and sobbed.

Robert was nothing loth to stay, and resumed his place on the grass.

He sat with his elbows on his knees and his head in his hands, staring at the grass.

The river was frozen, and the grass was white with hoar-frost.

He ran and pulled some grass and proceeded to rub the Major down.

All started at speed to meet her, but presently Mrs. Raymount sank on the grass.

In the grass there can still be seen the stone to which the bull-ring was secured.

She loves the trees and the grass and the flowers—and everything that's simple and real!

The little squirrel had squeaked his gladness, and, tail erect, had darted into the grass.

He had drawn the car close to a bank, and they were sitting in the shade, on the grass.

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