Grassy and New


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Grassy adjective – Abounding in grass.
New and grassy are semantically related. In some cases you can use "New" instead an adjective "Grassy".
Nearby Words: grass, grassland, grassed, grassing
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New adjective – Taking the place of one that came before.
Grassy and new are semantically related. Sometimes you can use "Grassy" instead an adjective "New".
Nearby Words: newness, newly, newish
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  • California Doubling Aside from some amusing locational irregularities (ah, the rolling grassy mountains of... the Everglades) it has the side-effect of producing a cast of actors who try their darnedest not to sound Australian or New Zealander.
  • Music / Flight of the Conchords One of the promotional posters in Murray's office is a shot of a grassy rock formation with the words "New Zealand ... Like Lord of the Rings" Snap Back: First ten minutes of the second season reverse all of the big changes that happened in the first season finale.
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