grassnoun

  • ja草、芝生
  • ena very common plant with slender leaves that covers the ground (in gardens, fields, parks, etc.) and is often eaten by animals

Examples

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What's your favorite thing about summer time?
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Hmm, going to the beach, when it stays light real late.
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Yeah.
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Hey.
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Tommy!
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Say, what's your favorite thing about summer?
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Ooh, I don't know.
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Probably the smell of freshly-cut grass.
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- Oh, that's a good one. - Yeah.
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When we die, our bodies become the grass.
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And the antelope eat the grass.
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And so, we are all connected in the great circle of life.
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Oh, what's up, Elvis?
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We got a problem.
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What?
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- I went by Sister Caroline's house— - We just cut her yard.
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That's the problem!
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How you gonna poach a brother's clientele?
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Clientele?
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"Elvis Maybury Landscaping"?
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Yup. I trim trees, cut grass.
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And I'm a certified chicken whisperer.
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But maybe you got off on the wrong foot because what were you doing in the produce section?
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I was trying fruit on.
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- Mm-hmm. That's exactly what we got. - That's exactly what she said.
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- Oh, *bleep*. God! - You see?
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Let him go. Let him go.
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- I didn't think you could skate on grass. Look at that. - I didn't think so either.
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Look at that son of a bitch go.
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"My sweet, little Chuckie.
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- Though I must leave you..." - ...Behind me, this poem will tell you where you always can find me.
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When a gentle wind blows, that's my hand on your face.
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And when the tree gives you shade, that's my sheltering embrace.
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When the sun gives you freckles, that's me tickling my boy.
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When the rain wets your hair, those are my tears of joy.
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When the long grass enfolds you, that's me holding you tight.
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- When the whip-poor-will sings, that's me whispering "Night." - "...That's me whispering, 'Night.'"