Definition of grassy
1a : covered or abounding with grass grassy lawnsb : having a flavor or odor of grass grassy tea wine with a grassy bouquet
2 : resembling grass especially in color
Recent Examples of grassy from the Web
The commercial chaos gives way to a placid stretch where so many stood on the grassy median as Ali's hearse passed by.
The Appalachian Trail crosses the grassy balds on Hump Mountain, yielding 360-degree views.
Bloomberg Philanthropies will provide support for a dedication that will be located on the Memorial Glade, a grassy clearing on the southwest corner of the 8-acre plaza.
The victims' families, friends and Portland residents gathered Saturday at a nearby grassy area.
Officers responded to reports of gunshots and found an unconscious man shot multiple times lying in a grassy courtyard where a large group of young people had been gathered.
Before Mr. Cetner walked his daughter down the grassy aisle, her friend Alexis Schuster handed her a runner’s baton with pink peonies poking out of it.
Athletes ran on a perfectly flat surface, one that bore no resemblance to the grassy fields and rocky hills of their homes or battlefields.
Easily digs out long grassy weeds from tight nooks and crannies.
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First Known Use of grassy
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Definition of grassy for Students
: like or covered with grass a grassy field
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