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oat grass

n.
Any of various grasses that resemble the oat.
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oat grass

n
(Plants) any of various oatlike grasses, esp of the genera Arrhenatherum and Danthonia, of Eurasia and N. Africa
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oat′ grass`


n.
any of several grasses of the genus Arrhenatherum or Danthonia having a purplish green flowering panicle.
[1570–80]
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