He stepped the distance carefully—Croyden following with the horses—and sunk his heel into the sand beside a clump of wire grass.
Spring water was obtained by digging where a growth of wire grass indicated a moist situation.
To add to this happy circumstance, in the hollow of the land there grew some wire grass, which indicated a moist situation.
I took her by the hand, and we dragged ourselves through the wire grass to the open end of a boiler lying in the sand.
About the mouth of the well was a wire grass that seemed to prevent it caving in.
He pillowed his head upon a tuft of wire grass, and gazed upward towards the spangled skies.
A moment later the bow of the launch pushed its way through the wire grass and touched the bank.
While the old man talked, he had been studying a clump of wire grass in the sand at his feet.
It is known as crop grass, crab grass, wire grass, and crow's foot (Eleusine Indica).