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grass

1. Marijuana. You need to do something more productive with your life than sitting around smoking grass all day.
2. Lettuce and similar greens. I'm too hungry to just eat grass. Can't we get steak or something to go with our salads?

grass

1. n. marijuana. (Drugs and now widely known.) These kids manage to find this grass somewhere.
2. n. lettuce; salad greens. (see also rabbit food.) I could use a little more grass in my diet.
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The female, at his side, buried her face in the grass, by a feeling that was, possibly, quite as natural to her sex and habits, leaving him to follow the impulses of his hot blood; but his aged and more prudent adviser, whispered, sternly, in his ear--
Sitting on the grass beside it, he turned out, one by one, the articles it contained, until he came to a conspicuous bright red neckerchief stained black here and there by wear.
Roossinck and her colleagues isolated the virus and tested its powers in both the grass and tomato plants.
Synthetic grass is increasingly being used as a lawn substitute.
Some meat is sold as grass-fed when grass is only part of the animal's diet.
Roundup-resistant grass would be used on golf courses, where groundskeepers could spray the herbicide to kill weeds without hurting the grass.
My client's lawn looked so good using our grass that the management at a building in the same town ratted them out to the authorities.
Each type of grass produces its own uniquely shaped phytolith.
Scientists have detected more grass than usual surviving the winter in Antarctic.
The site that contained annual grass had significantly fewer tons per acre of aboveground plant biomass accumulation than the two plots that were restored to native grasses.
Common types include eulalia (Miscanthus), fall-blooming reed grass (Calamagrostis brachytricha), fountain grass (Pennisetum orientale 'Karley Rose'), and Japanese forest grass (Hakonechloa macra).
Most companies have tried to simulate the perfect natural grass field.
In the study, published in the March 2002 Journal of Environmental Psychology, some children reported seeing varying amounts of grass and trees from their apartment windows, whereas others saw only pavement.
Grass also has agreed to cooperate with the government in its continuing investigation of the retailer's accounting practices, which led to a restatement of some $1.
Without some knowledge of the differing characteristics, it could also seem that one grass is like another.