a brand of carpetlike covering made of vinyl and nylon to resemble turf, used for athletic fields, patios, etc.
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How to use Astroturf in a sentence
Starting with the 1976 Montreal Games, Astroturf became hockey’s default playing surface, making the game faster, more focused on physical fitness and more prohibitively expensive for a country with few artificial fields for its players to train on.India’s Olympic Struggles Aren’t New, But It’s Making A Comeback In One Important Sport | Santul Nerkar (email@example.com) | August 6, 2021 | FiveThirtyEight
I replaced our backyard grass with Astroturf a couple of years ago.
Whether it was surging steroid use, or the way Astroturf could wreck ACL joints, there was always something to fix.Super Bowl XLVIII Is Set to Be the Most Violent One Yet | Evin Demirel | January 30, 2014 | THE DAILY BEAST
As cold as it was, the outside seating on the Astroturf was filled.
The cafés were still full of people sitting on green Astroturf lawns, sipping tea that steamed at their lips.
The one we parked in front of had an Astroturf lawn and white picket fence.
I remembered myself standing there, on the green Astroturf carpet, looking down at the cover of Hannah and Her Sisters.Speak, Faulty Memory: Why Memoir Writing Is Harder Than You Think | Dave Bry | April 3, 2013 | THE DAILY BEAST
British Dictionary definitions for Astroturf
a type of grasslike artificial surface used for playing fields and lawns
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