Grass and Talk

Grass

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Grass verb – Cover with grass.
Talk and grass are semantically related In some cases you can use "Talk" instead a verb "Grass".
Nearby Words: grassland, grassy, grassed, grassing
Synonyms for Grass

Talk

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Talk verb – To give information (as to the authorities) about another's improper or unlawful activities.
Usage example: after being threatened, the eyewitness started talking at length about what he had seen in the alley

Grass and talk are semantically related in British slang topic. Sometimes you can use "Grass" instead a verb "Talk", if it concerns topics such as come clean. informal substitute
Nearby Words: talking, talkative, talker, talkie
Synonyms for Talk

How words are described

sweet sweet grass sweet talk
smooth smooth grass smooth talk
long long grass long talk
normal normal grass normal talk
Other adjectives: short, light, dead, little, dark, white, new.

Both words in one sentence

  • Ambiguously Brown He tries to sweet-talk a Polynesian-looking woman in a sarong by calling her "my little wahine" (Hawaiian for "woman") and saying he assumes she lives in a grass hut.
  • Series / True Detective Early on, Cohle and Hart talk about the villain who's still out there, and the show cuts to a man striding ominously through tall grass, but we learn later that this is actually Reggie Ledoux, the man they chased down midway through the show.
  • Creator / Doug Walker Played for Laughs in "Blade of Grass", as he complains to Jason that he was trying to be a good boy and not talk about dicks to sate people's anger with him, but now because Jason was making the jokes about the sword he has to as well.
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