Half-way between him and the high road, knee deep in meadow grass, stood Maurice St. Clair.
You find it on low, damp ground, and among the meadow grass.
The meadow grass had grown tall and heavy, and was touched with gold and russet where the afternoon sunlight slanted across it.
Very shy, of peering eyes, he keeps well out of sight in the meadow grass before entrancing our listening ears.
The meadow grass, swaying off to the forest margin in billowy ripples, was already knee-high.
And she returned to her pensive contemplation of that spot where the meadow grass grew somewhat more rankly tufted.
Over in a little path in the meadow grass was walking old Mr. Meadow Mouse.
Frost this morning; all the meadow grass and some of the pine needles sparkling with irised crystals,—flowers of light.
Besides the fields of Clover, however, there is always plenty of it growing among the meadow grass.
The beef was being dressed in the meadow grass, northeast and not far from the school house.