Origin of goose grass
Middle English word dating back to 1350–1400
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Examples from the Web for goose grass
Another type of climber which shows itself early is the goose-grass.
The reason I asked, a fellow told me you made your soup out of muskrat-tails and goose-grass.The Huntress
It feeds on goose-grass (Galium aparine), and other kinds of bedstraw, in May and early June.The Moths of the British Isles, Second Series
If one disentangles a goose-grass from its position it will fall weakly over and lie along the ground.
The goose-grass depends on the possession of delicate little hooks covering stem and leaves.