Synonyms of grass in English:


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1‘he sat down on the grass’

turf, greenery, green, sod
lawn, field, pasture, meadow, grassland, grasslands
blades of grass
South African veld
literary sward, mead, lea

2‘they spent their afternoons smoking grass’

cannabis, marijuana, hashish, bhang, hemp, kef, kif, charas, ganja, sinsemilla
informal dope, hash, grass, pot, blow, draw, stuff, Mary Jane, tea, weed, the weed, gold, green, mezz, skunkweed, skunk, reefer, rope, smoke, gage, boo, charge, jive, mootah, pod
British informal wacky backy
North American informal locoweed
South African dagga, zol

3‘few pubs were without a grass or an undercover policeman’

informer, mole, stool pigeon, whistle-blower
informal snitch, snout, stoolie, snake in the grass, rat, scab, nose
British informal nark, supergrass
North American informal fink


1‘the hill is completely grassed’

cover with grass, grass over, turf, lay grass on

2‘he was suspected of grassing on the airport robbers’

inform, tell
give away, betray, denounce, sell out, be a Judas to
informal blow the whistle, rat, peach, squeal, squeak, tell tales about, spill the beans about, sell down the river
British informal sneak, shop, stitch up, do the dirty, split, grass up
North American informal drop a dime, drop the dime, finger, rat out, job
Australian, New Zealand informal dob, pimp, pool, shelf, put someone's pot on, point the bone at
Northern Irish, Scottish informal tout
archaic delate

keep quiet about, protect