any grass of the genus Agrostis, especially the redtop.
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any perennial grass of the genus Agrostis, esp A. tenuis, which has a spreading panicle of tiny flowers. Some species are planted for hay or in lawns Sometimes shortened to bent
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curved; crooked: a bent bow; a bent stick. determined; set; resolved (usually followed by on): to be bent on buying a new car. Chiefly British Slang. morally crooked; corrupt. stolen: bent merchandise. homosexual. direction taken, as by one’s interests; inclination: a bent for painting. capacity of endurance: to work at the top of one’s bent. […]
wood steamed and bent for use in furniture. an article of furniture made of bentwood. of or relating to furniture made principally of pieces of wood of circular or oval section, steamed, bent, and screwed together: a bentwood rocking chair. Historical Examples The Slave of Silence Fred M. White The Slave of Silence Fred M. […]
of or relating to a benthos. of or relating to a benthon. Historical Examples Whales, Dolphins, and Porpoises of the Western North Atlantic Stephen Leatherwood benthic (běn’thĭk) Relating to the bottom of a sea or lake or to the organisms that live there.
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