- any grass of the genus Poa, especially P. pratensis, the Kentucky bluegrass.
Origin of meadow grass
Middle English word dating back to 1250–1300
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Examples from the Web for meadow grass
It feeds on the annual meadow-grass (Poa annua), and several other grasses.Butterflies and Moths</p>
William S. Furneaux
Even the meadow-grass in some places was killed to the very roots.
Polly is a roan pony; very round in the barrel, and particularly so of late, when there has been no food but meadow-grass.Adventures and Enthusiasms
E. V. Lucas
This is what happens in the daytime, when the hot summer sun has turned the meadow-grass a golden brown.Byways of Ghost-Land
The woods that bordered it were of a darker hue than the meadow-grass upon its bosom.
- a perennial grass, Poa pratensis, that has erect hairless leaves and grows in meadows and similar places in N temperate regions
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