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meadow an open field of grass that is growing wild or is used for pasture or to grow hay.
mower a machine for mowing grass or a person who mows.
parkway a divided road or highway with trees, grass, or bushes along the sides or on the center strip. [1/2 definitions]
pasture grass or other plants that grazing animals feed on. [1/3 definitions]
prairie a large area of fertile land covered with grass.
reed a tall grass with straight, jointed stalks that grows in low, wet areas. [1/2 definitions]
rice a grass that is usually grown in warm, wet areas of the world such as parts of India, China, and Japan. [2 definitions]
rush2 a grass that grows in wet places. Rushes have thin, hollow stems, small green or brown flowers, and are used to make baskets and other items.
rye1 a grass grown for its grain. Rye seeds are used for cereal, flour, and other grain products. [1/2 definitions]
savanna a flat plain covered with grass and few trees. Savannas are found in Africa and other tropical regions.
scythe a tool that has a long handle with a long, curved blade attached to the end at a right angle. It is used for cutting grass or harvesting grain by hand.
sickle a tool with a long, sharp, curved blade and a short handle. It is used to cut grain and long grass.
sod the layer of ground that contains the grass; turf. [1/2 definitions]
sugar cane a tall grass of tropical areas that has a thick stalk. Sugar cane is the main source of sugar.
tuft a group or clump of long strands that are attached at one end and loose at the other. Yarn, hair, and grass are some strands that can form tufts.
turf the surface layer of the soil that is held together in a thick mat by grass and other plant roots.