- grasse, françois joseph paul, comte de,
- grasshopper engine,
- grasshopper pie,
- grasshopper sparrow,
Origin of grasshopper
Examples from the Web for grasshopper
Like Bieber, Assaf was discovered when he was still knee-high to a grasshopper.The Next Arab Idol: Palestine's Boy Wonder and Stereotype Buster|Maysoon Zayid|May 22, 2013|DAILY BEAST
If the future reneges, people may decide that they might as well be a grasshopper, since the ant gets just as screwed.
In some tellings, the grasshopper dies; in some, the ant saves him.
Grasshopper had now come to the desert places, where there were few trees, and no signs of animal life.American Indian Fairy Tales|Anonymous
Here Père Ignace was growing old, and even this grasshopper of a spiritual charge was becoming a burden.The Galaxy|Various
Precautions were taken in wire that would have dissuaded a grasshopper from venturing on it.A Voyage of Consolation|Sara Jeannette Duncan
They are not so long as the wings of the grasshopper, but they overlap on top.The Insect Folk|Margaret Warner Morley
Well, says the grasshopper, but I was not idle neither; for I sung out the whole season.Pamela, or Virtue Rewarded|Samuel Richardson
mid-14c. (late 13c. as a surname), earlier greshoppe (c.1200), from Old English gærshoppa; see grass + hop. Cf. Middle Swedish gräshoppare, German Grashüpfer. As a term of reproach, from Eccl. xii:5. Also recorded c.1300 as a name for the hare.
see knee-high to a grasshopper.