adjective, grass·i·er, grass·i·est.
Origin of grassy
Examples from the Web for grassy
Contemporary Examples of grassy
He stood up and stepped to the picture window that looks out over the grassy courtyard separating the two buildings.Football Great Bob Suffridge Wanders Through the End Zone of Life
September 6, 2014
On the day the news broke of Titanic's arrest in the Rothstein case, Grassy Sprain started the legend rolling.
Members of the Grassy Sprain Country Club, near New York City, blurted out a story that had been on their minds for a month.
The land stayed level, wound through young trees, then out to a steep, grassy slope.The Ballad of Johnny France
Richard Ben Cramer
January 12, 2014
You went back between the cars and stood on a grassy hill which overlooks the road.Jimmy Breslin on JFK’s Assassination: Two Classic Columns
November 22, 2013
Historical Examples of grassy
We camped at sundown on a grassy rise, without water for our horses.
Camped on a grassy piece of country, two miles from the sea.
They sat down on a grassy bank, and ate the food Bart had purchased.Frank Roscoe's Secret
"Then Willie is right," returned Harry, from his grassy nest.
It is usually found on dung and on grassy lawns during May and June.The Mushroom, Edible and Otherwise
M. E. Hard