Noun(1) a bunch of hair or feathers or growing grass
(1) Firstly, it's the morning that I happen to severely sprain my ankle, landing badly on a tussock of grass as I trot downhill from my tent to the river below.(2) The nest is usually located on top of a low mound or small island, under a small shrub or in a sedge tussock .(3) We're surrounded by tussock sedge, alder, jewelweed, skunk cabbage and swamp rose.(4) This land growing mainly tussock is old goldmining country and heaps of tailings are evidence of the earlier presence of the miners who must have rejoiced to slake their thirst at the Cardrona Hotel built in 1870.(5) He hid inside a tussock of oat grass and watched as the fine thatched house rose up beside the water-hole.(6) The ground was wet and boggy and the yellow grasses had been raised up into high tussocks .(7) I walked up Queenstown Hill many years ago and enjoyed the views that opened up when we went beyond the exotic forest into an open tussocky area.(8) A large part of the study area was a bed of Carex tussocks , in which C. appropinquata was the dominant species.(9) If a bird needs to eat the flies which thrive on uncut grass tussocks , then regular cutting of the grass for silage is going to be a problem.(10) Heavily fleeced sheep hunkered down behind tussocks of tawny grass for shelter.(11) Dave and I forged on up and down the slopes, stopping to admire the olive-green frogs that leaped muscularly away from our descending boots to freeze like tiny carvings beneath tussocks of wet grass.(12) Larks that live in desert areas will stand in the shade of grass tussocks during the hottest parts of the day.(13) The garden bar seating will be extended and landscaped with stone work features, a barbeque area and coloured tussocks .(14) This is upland country, a landscape that changes from the green and gorse you see near the coast to barer tussocky hills, surrounded on all sides by mountain ranges.(15) I breathed deep, taking in the scent of pollen blown from the wild grass, and carried in vaporous clouds over the larger tussocks , past a grazing antelope and onwards over the rolling hillocks as far as we could see.(16) Swamp foxtail, a coarse tussocky native grass with a seed head similar to buffel grass, is the native host of this insect pest.
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(1) tut :: صيغة إستهجان
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2. tut-tut ::
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