Feed noun - A large fancy meal often accompanied by ceremony or entertainment.
Grass and feed are semantically related. in food topic. In some cases you can use "Grass" instead the word "Feed" as a noun or a verb.
Grass noun - Narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay.
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Synonyms for Grass
Feed and grass are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Feed" instead the word "Grass" as a noun or a verb.
How words are described
|short||short feed||short grass|
|controlled||controlled feed||controlled grass|
|young||young feed||young grass|
|new||new feed||new grass|
|people||feed people||grass people|
Both words in one sentence
- Once, in a desperate attempt to feed himself, he tries to eat grass... cue him spitting it out and wishing he had real food.
Source: Webcomic / Mother 2 And A Half
- Gabu, rejecting this, goes out to dig for grass to feed Mei, but confronts his wolf pack and decides Mei may be worth dying for, and attacks them.
Source: Literature / Arashi No Yoru Ni
- In the second generation, clear the field and plant regrowing crops (plus grass to feed said monsters).
Source: Money for Nothing
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