a pink, Dianthus plumarius, of Europe and Asia, having fragrant, fringed pink, purplish, or white flowers.
an orchid, Calopogon tuberosus, having clusters of rose or purplish-pink flowers, growing in bogs of eastern North America.
[gras-plot, grahs-] /ˈgræsˌplɒt, ˈgrɑs-/ noun 1. a of ground covered with or reserved for .
[gras-kwit, grahs-] /ˈgræsˌkwɪt, ˈgrɑs-/ noun 1. any of several tiny finches, especially of the genus Tiaris, of tropical America and the West Indies. /ˈɡrɑːsˌkwɪt/ noun 1. any tropical American finch of the genus Tiaris and related genera, such as T. olivacea (yellow-faced grassquit)
[gras-roots, -roo ts, grahs-] /ˈgræsˌruts, -ˌrʊts, ˈgrɑs-/ noun, (used with a singular or plural verb). Also, grass roots 1. the common or ordinary people, especially as contrasted with the leadership or elite of a political party, social organization, etc.; the rank and file. 2. the agricultural and rural areas of a country. 3. the people […]
noun 1. a rug woven of strong marsh grass and cotton, usually with stenciled designs.