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grass·y

 (grăs′ē)
adj. grass·i·er, grass·i·est
1. Covered with or abounding in grass.
2. Resembling or suggestive of grass, as in color or odor.

grassy

(ˈɡrɑːsɪ)
adj, grassier or grassiest
(Plants) covered with, containing, or resembling grass
ˈgrassiness n

grass•y

(ˈgræs i, ˈgrɑ si)

adj. grass•i•er, grass•i•est.
1. covered with grass.
2. having the flavor, odor, or color of grass.
[1505–15]
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.grassy - abounding in grass
grassless - lacking grass
Translations
مُعْشَوْشِب
travnatý
græsbevokset
füves
grösugur
trávnatý
travnat
çimenli

grassy

[ˈgrɑːsɪ] ADJ (grassier (compar) (grassiest (superl))) → herboso, pastoso (LAm)

grassy

[ˈgrɑːsi] adjherbeux/euse

grassy

adj (+er)grasig; grassy slopeGrashang m

grassy

[ˈgrɑːsɪ] adj (-ier (comp) (-iest (superl))) → erboso/a

grass

(graːs) noun
1. the green plant which covers fields, garden lawns etc.
2. any species of grass, including also corn and bamboo. He studies grasses.
3. (slang) marijuana.
ˈgrassy adjective
a grassy bank/slope.
ˈgrasshopper noun
a type of insect which jumps and which makes a noise by rubbing its wings.
ˈgrassland noun
land covered with grass, used as pasture for animals.
References in classic literature ?
She put on her hat and jacket as noiselessly as possible, and going to the back entry window, got out upon the roof of a low porch, swung herself down to the grassy bank, and took a roundabout way to the road.
The two were walking in the fields on a summer afternoon and had stopped to sit upon a grassy bank.
asked Tom, carrying the limp form over to a grassy place.
Soon we could see the broken, grassy clay cliffs which indicated the windings of the stream, and the glittering tops of the cottonwoods and ash trees that grew down in the ravine.
I've been seeing the waves and the white beach of Grand Isle; the quiet, grassy street of the Cheniere; the old fort at Grande Terre.
Heyward and the sisters arose, on the instant, from the grassy sepulcher; nor could the two latter, notwithstanding the terrific scenes they had so recently passed through, entirely suppress an emotion of natural horror, when they found themselves in such familiar contact with the grave of the dead Mohawks.
On either side extended a ruinous wooden fence of open lattice-work, through which could be seen a grassy yard, and, especially in the angles of the building, an enormous fertility of burdocks, with leaves, it is hardly an exaggeration to say, two or three feet long.
She saw the children of the settlement on the grassy margin of the street, or at the domestic thresholds, disporting themselves in such grim fashions as the Puritanic nurture would permit
As morning mowers, who side by side slowly and seethingly advance their scythes through the long wet grass of marshy meads; even so these monsters swam, making a strange, grassy, cutting sound; and leaving behind them endless swaths of blue upon the yellow sea.
Whoever has travelled in the New England States will remember, in some cool village, the large farmhouse, with its clean-swept grassy yard, shaded by the dense and massive foliage of the sugar maple; and remember the air of order and stillness, of perpetuity and unchanging repose, that seemed to breathe over the whole place.
When I go into their wardrobes and handle their vestments, I am reminded of no grassy plains and flowery meads which they have frequented, but of dusty merchants' exchanges and libraries rather.
The people often stepped aboard the raft, as we glided along the grassy shores, and gossiped with us and with the crew for a hundred yards or so, then stepped ashore again, refreshed by the ride.