from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition
- n. Eastern U.S. See parking. See Regional Note at parking.
from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. A lawn.
- n. An area of grass on which cars may be parked.
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. A plot or space covered with grass; a lawn.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. A plot or spot covered with grass, sometimes, in ornamental grounds, with small beds of flowers interspersed.
Strictly speaking, a grassplot should be all grass, grass and a little white clover.
Morton accompanied him to a sequestered grassplot, where their colleagues awaited them.
In the most dark and dingy quarters of the city, the drawing-room window resembles frequently a bank of flowers; every spot capable of vegetation has its grassplot and flower-bed; and every square its mimic park, laid out with picturesque taste, and gleaming with refreshing verdure.
A great gateway opens from the park into a kind of courtyard in front of the house, ornamented with a grassplot, shrubs, and flower-beds.
Laura's glowing face was fairly radiant with beauty, and her figure was unconsciously displayed in such a variety of bewitching attitudes and dainty postures, that even a pair of frisky kittens, that had been chasing each other round the grassplot and up and down the stems of the cherry-trees, ceased their gambols and lay still, crouching in the grass, and watching her graceful motions, as if taking heed for future imitation.
For Laura, after long watching, had caught sight of Helen jumping the rope on the grassplot, and by means of coughing and waving her handkerchief from the window had attracted the notice of the child, who, coming to the paling, had received the message she forthwith bore to Cornelia, adding to it the information that Laura's eyes appeared to be almost as red as Cornelia's own.
On the grassplot, in the shade of a great cherry-tree, Laura and Helen were playing at graces.
There was a path between the grassplot and the flower-bed next the fence of our neighbor, in the white stone house, and we went down that, and when we came to the end of the flower-bed there was a big apple tree, and then we went under that and stood on the river-bank, and there was the Delaware!
So Aunty May and I took hold of hands and went out, and there was a long flower-bed running right down to the river-bank, on both sides of a long grassplot; and beyond the grass and flowers was a lot of ploughed land for vegetables and things; and beyond that there were a lot of woods.
Another day Glumdalclitch left me on a smooth grassplot to divert myself, while she walked at some distance with her governess.