Definition of grassy in English:


Pronunciation /ˈɡrasē/ /ˈɡræsi/

Translate grassy into Spanish

adjectivegrassier, grassiest

  • 1Covered with grass.

    ‘grassy slopes’
    • ‘High risk no-tillage corn planted in grassy ground cover should be inspected regularly.’
    • ‘The ridge was framed clearly and through it moved the clouds, covering the grassy valley and twisting lodgepole pines.’
    • ‘Snow covered the grassy expanse behind the house, and the small pond out back had a thin layer of ice forming over its black waters.’
    • ‘It was grassy and covered with dandelions, and at the bottom of the hill was a small pond.’
    • ‘Stepping carefully down a slippery grassy slope, with trash littered on either side of the narrow footworn path through the weeds, we made our way under a low bridge.’
    • ‘The fans certainly looked like they didn't have a care in the world as they lay in their hundreds sunning themselves on the grassy slopes surrounding the stadium in the hours before the game.’
    • ‘Designers showcased clothes in the spring and summer collection in London that would look at home on the grassy slopes of Austria and Switzerland.’
    • ‘It's rejuvenating… like fingerpainting, or rolling down a grassy slope.’
    • ‘Now there were sheep grazing on the grassy slopes.’
    • ‘The forest thinned as branches parted; a few hamlets dotted grassy slopes below and thickly-wooded hills reared above.’
    • ‘No sooner had we climbed the grassy slopes to the top than a breeze appeared to blow the mist away, revealing the island speckled waters of Loch Lomond.’
    • ‘Go up the steep grassy slope until it evens out and you reach the summit of John's Hill at 1,585 ft.’
    • ‘They rolled down the grassy slope through the rabbit droppings that were probably there when I did my own rolling but was too young to care.’
    • ‘The grassy slopes are criss-crossed with paths and, at weekends, smothered with people.’
    • ‘Children and adults can enjoy sliding down the grassy slopes on cardboard boxes.’
    • ‘Continue over the slippery rocks round to the other side, and clamber up a steep, grassy slope.’
    • ‘They walked down the grassy slope that had become so familiar to them, following the gently worn path to the edge of the forest.’
    • ‘There was no grassy slope at that point, just an almost sheer drop to the coastal road below.’
    • ‘I turned my mare down the grassy slope and we gained the road that would bring us to the trees.’
    • ‘Present herds remain largely confined to areas of recent burn and grassy, south-facing slopes.’
    green, leafy, grassy, grass-covered
    1. 1.1Characteristic of grass.
      ‘an intense grassy green’
      • ‘There's a grassy green in the office, a bold orange in the kitchen and a baby blue in bedroom.’
      • ‘She was wearing a gardener's outfit and her hair appeared to be a garden of its own, with lilies, violets, roses and daisies, the base of the hair was a grassy green.’
      • ‘Natalya breathed a sigh of relief when she noticed that his eyes were a vibrant violet and not the soft grassy green of the Prince's eyes.’
      • ‘To his left and right were banners bearing the white V over a grassy green background, familiar to all as the emblem of the land.’
      • ‘As his lips formed a grin mirrored by hers, he gazed into her grassy green eyes that seemed to shimmer brightly of their own accord.’
      • ‘He walked across a floor painted grassy green with occasional bright flowers, under a ceiling painted sky blue with white cartoon clouds.’
      • ‘Grabbing April by one hand and Kieran by the other, she ran down the grassy green hill as fast as her legs could carry her.’
      • ‘I open my eyes and the world explodes in a vast array of electric blues, burning reds, neon yellows, and grassy greens.’
      rural, country, countryside, countrified, outdoor, rustic, agricultural, agrarian, provincial, grassy, green, verdant