grassy

[ gras-ee, grah-see ]SEE DEFINITION OF grassy
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EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR GRASSY

We camped at sundown on a grassy rise, without water for our horses.

Camped on a grassy piece of country, two miles from the sea.

They sat down on a grassy bank, and ate the food Bart had purchased.

"Then Willie is right," returned Harry, from his grassy nest.

It is usually found on dung and on grassy lawns during May and June.

Within the curve is the grassy Oak Meadow dotted with old trees.

Before them was a square, grassy place, smooth and green as an emerald.

Removing the body to a grassy bank, he sees Esther and Sir Donald approaching.

The three sit down on the grassy bank opposite Paul's retreat.

It is fond of berries and is found most abundantly in grassy thickets.

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