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The waving green grasslike leaves form a rich submarine meadow.
THE ROMANCE OF PLANT LIFEG. F. SCOTT ELLIOT
Naturally the plants form thick tufts of abundant, hollow, grasslike leaves from their little oval bulbs and mat of fibrous roots.
Its stem was vapid and of no diameter, and its grasslike leaves grew in whorls at the joints.
THE SEA AND THE JUNGLEH. M. TOMLINSON
They were colored to match the terrain, either painted to resemble rocks or fitted with a grasslike covering.
The leaf is grasslike, but thickish, and as long as the flower-stalk.
These plants were called Grass of Parnassus by Dioscorides, but are not grasslike.
A single, long, grasslike leaf precedes the flexuous stem, with its quaintly arched and delicately fringed blossoms.
They grow from one to over two feet high, taller than the grasslike leaves, forming a loose cluster, with papery bracts.

WORDS RELATED TO GRASSLIKE

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