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- adj. Lacking grass.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Destitute of grass.
from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.
- adj. lacking grass
It wasn't quite the same, what without the fear of being cited for an open container violation, but it was a pleasant evening nonetheless under Jackie's exposed beams, drinking wine out of Dixie cups, feasting on strangely conceived eggplant sandwiches, and sitting on the grassless ground.
If the mere scene had been shewn without them, I should have prefer'd the view of the evening sky on the water, to the Fairies lamps, their grassless groves, and their publick tables.
The neighborhood's central square still has a gritty feel, with graffiti spilling onto the walls of a church building and trash strewn around a grassless park.
He spun around the grassless site like a stock car circling a quarter-mile track.
It was 7:31 A.M. when Hackberry and Pam Tibbs drove up a pebble road to a grassless parcel of land where a frame house sat in the shadow of a hill, its front door open, the curtains blowing inside the screens.
He checked to make sure that the street was quiet, then made his way up the drive to the gate at the side of the house, a grassless yard beyond.
The modesty of the school grounds with its decrepit classrooms, absence of playgrounds and grassless dusty grounds is belied by the formality of the students and teachers.
His mother kept the yard grassless, sweeping it smooth as a dance floor with gooseberry brush brooms to keep the rattlers and the moccasins away from the house.
Willmon went through the wrought-iron gate that surrounded the grassless yard and knocked on the unpainted, wooden door.
A grassless yard stretched from the back of The Hole to the alley that ran behind Columbia Street.
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