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Definition of "grass-land" [grass-land]

  • In agriculture, land kept perpetually under grass, as contrasted with land which is alternately under grass and tillage; permanent pasture. (noun)
  • In phytogeography, land naturally covered with grass, viewed œcologically. (noun)

The Century Dictionary (Public Domain)

Use "grass-land" in a sentence
  • "Look 'm tree; look' m ground belong tree; look 'm all fella bridge; look' m copra-house; look 'm grass-land; look' m river; look 'm whale-boat -- my word, plenty big fella look' m too much."
  • "Each cycle has associates, rabbites and pheasant in the grass-land begin to be replaced by deer and turkeys as associates of the shrubs and fast growing trees."
  • "So Robin, seeing him a well-judging civil gentleman, took the freedom to ask him whether he could let him know if there was any grass-land to be let in that neighbourhood, for the temporary accommodation of his drove."