rescue grass

noun res·cue grass \ˈre(ˌ)skyü-\
variants: or

rescue brome

Definition of rescue grass

  1. :  a tall American bromegrass (Bromus catharticus) that somewhat resembles chess and is cultivated for hay and forage in the southern U.S. and other mild regions

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Origin and Etymology of rescue grass

probably alteration of fescue grass

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to criticize severely

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