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
Several callers reporting seeing two horses running in a grassy area.
Much of it resembles a wide sidewalk separated from River Road by wide grassy area or fencing.
Some wild mice are diligent parents, building elaborate grassy nests to keep their young safe and warm.
St. Luke’s is asking people to watch the process from the grassy area at Fort Boise Park along the back of the ballfield directly across Fort Street from the tree.
The driver of the vehicle was 17-year-old driver and headed southbound on State Road 821, part of Florida's Turnpike, when the car slid off the Allapattah Road exit ramp and veered onto a grassy shoulder striking two palm trees.
The man who first imagined the grassy Wisconsin cattle farm as a potential piece of the U.S. Open’s hallowed history will see that vision come to life this week.
Even more so, Simon Porte Jacquemus' clothes helped to evoke, with such strong, true shapes, some of the very best things in life: the sun, summer, the south of France, rolling down a grassy hill, a life full to bursting.
The commercial chaos gives way to a placid stretch where so many stood on the grassy median as Ali's hearse passed by.
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Definition of grassy for Students
: like or covered with grass a grassy field
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