|grass used for lawns||centipede grass|
|(Botany) membranous projection which grows from the base of most grass blades; corolla which is shaped like a strap||ligule|
|(Botany) of or pertaining to grass; resembling grass||graminaceous|
|(British) orchard grass, grass grown on a pasture||cocksfoot|
|a trademark for synthetic turf resembling grass||AstroTurf|
|act of cutting down hay or similar crops; trimming grass; random mass killing or destruction||mowing|
|act of cutting grass and preserving it to make hay; taking complete advantage of an opportune moment while it lasts||haymaking|
|acting as a front, dried grass stalk, dry threshed grain stalks (used for bedding, animal fodder, basket weaving, etc.); single stalk of grain; hollow slender tube used to suck up liquids; something of little importance, item made of straw, of or perta...||straw|
|add crystal to solution, descendants, drop seeds, encourage enterprise, fruit of grass plant, graded competitor, ovule of a plant; grain, kernel; sperm; source, origin; offspring, progeny; ranked player or competitor (Sports), plant or sow seeds; produ...||seed|
|advocate of protection of environment, advocating protection of the environment, become an environmental advocate, become or make green, color green; piece of grassy public land near or in a village; grassy area, lawn; putting green (Golf), grass-color...||green|
|African millet, cereal grass||pearl millet|
|agricultural tool consisting of a curved blade attached to a short handle (used to cut grass, wheat, etc.), blades of farm implement, cut something with sickle, deform red blood cell, hook, tool for cutting grass||sickle|
|allow animals to eat grass, break the skin slightly, change TV channels, eat food in supermarket, eat grass in fields, eat snacks, instance of rubbing lightly against something; scrape; scratch; act of grazing, act of eating grass, keep stopping and st...||graze|
|American lawn grass||Bahia grass|
|amount cut, path cut, path made by a scythe or mower; strip of cut grain or grass left by a scythe or mowing machine; long and narrow strip, swathe, width cut||swath|
|annual grass||wild oat|
|any of several varieties of grass-like wetland plants with solid triangular stems, plant resembling grass||sedge|
|any of several varieties of tall marsh grass; thin piece of wood or plastic placed on the mouthpiece of reed instruments (the air flow causes it to vibrate and create sound), grass plant, musical instrument, stalk of reed, unit of length, vibrating par...||reed|
|any variety of grass from the genus Setaria||setaria|
|aquatic grass with long narrow leaves, eelgrass, wild celery||tape grass|
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