- a device used to cut grass, as a lawn mower.
- Baseball. a ground ball that travels with great speed across the infield close to and barely touching the turf.
Origin of grasscutter
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Examples from the Web for grass-cutter
This was doubtless the identical brute that had attacked the grass-cutter.Sport and Work on the Nepaul Frontier
"Where's the grass-cutter," I shouted, jumping off him in about as great a fury as I ever was in.All on the Irish Shore
E. Somerville and Martin Ross
Towards evening he walks to the Bodhi-tree and meets a grass-cutter who offers him grass to make a seat.Hinduism and Buddhism, Vol I. (of 3)
In a moment, recognizing the catastrophe, the grass-cutter gave his best attention to the victim of his fear, but in vain.A Civil Servant in Burma
Herbert Thirkel White
Two syces, or grooms for one pair of horses (the allowance being one syce and one grass-cutter to every horse).Forty Thousand Miles Over Land and Water
Lady (Ethel Gwendoline [Moffatt]) Vincent