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  • adj. superlative form of grassy: most grassy.

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Examples

  • Mr. Obama is also taking cover on the grassiest knoll of energy politics, suggesting last week that "illegal activity by traders and speculators" is responsible for the oil run-up.

    The Gas Price Freakout

  • In just an hour or so, the airport would play host to some grass-roots politics at its grassiest—a presidential appearance in a key region of a battleground state in an election some think will be too close to call.

    The Fiddler in the Subway

  • For more than eighteen months, I have been working what friends and colleagues refer to as the "greenest and grassiest" of rooted campaign efforts, i.e. the only time I am not working for Barack Obama's victory is when I am painting.

    Connie Allenbury: Campaign Journal: Common Sense

  • Naturally, it has developed to the largest degree and size in those animals which have lived upon the bulkiest and grassiest of foods, the so-called _Herbivora_, or grass-eaters.

    Preventable Diseases

  • "I Am Your Conscience" is the grassiest track on the album, with its driving banjo, impeccable family harmonies, and Molly's lively lead vocals.

    The 9513

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