Definition of soft cheat
: a weedy Old World grass (Bromus mollis) that is softly pubescent in all parts and is widely naturalized in North America especially on the Pacific coast; also : a very similar grass (B. racemosus)
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Origin and Etymology of soft cheat
soft cheat from 1soft + cheatgrass; soft chess from 1soft + chess
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