Field and Grass


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Field noun – A small area of usually open land.
Usage example: a field that is the frequent site of neighborhood softball games

Grass and field are semantically related in grassland topic. In some cases you can use "Grass" instead a noun "Field".
Nearby Words: fielded, fielding, fielder
Synonyms for Field


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Grass noun – Narrow-leaved green herbage: grown as lawns; used as pasture for grazing animals; cut and dried as hay.
Field and grass are semantically related in grassland topic. Sometimes you can use "Field" instead a noun "Grass", if it concerns topics such as lawn.
Nearby Words: grassland, grassy, grassed, grassing
Synonyms for Grass

How words are described

high high field high grass
normal normal field normal grass
natural natural field natural grass
certain certain field certain grass
Other adjectives: artificial, open, strong, dense, little, white, new, overgrown, nearby, red, surrounding.

Both words in one sentence

  • Scott Norwood's famous kick was a 47-yard field goal on grass, and he was not good at kicking field goals on grass (not to mention, while nowhere near impossible, a 47-yarder no chip shot either).
    Source: Mis-blamed
  • Originally track and field (and in some cases bike racing) was enjoying similar popularity as soccer and adding a patch of dirt ash or grass in the middle of a track and field track was seen as efficient use of space and resources.
  • Bizarre Taste in Food LSU football coach Les Miles has a unique pregame ritual... munching on a few blades of grass plucked from the field (at least where the field is real grass, not the fake stuff).
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