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Definition of Tussocked
Lexicographical Neighbors of Tussocked
Literary usage of Tussocked
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Report of the Rugby School Natural History Society by Rugby School Natural History Society (1874)
"The ordinary attitude of the larva is with the fifth and sixth segments, and the tussocked segment much humped up: especially the ..."
2. Irish Idylls by Jane Barlow (1893)
"However, the fact is that Mrs. Kilfoyle ever and anon toiled up the rush-tussocked slope to Mrs. ..."
3. The Collected Works of George Moore by George Moore (1922)
"... saying that there was but one, and looking ahead of them they caught sight of it straggling through a meagre plain between scrub and tussocked grass, ..."
4. Poets' Country by Andrew Lang, John Churton Collins, Ernest Hartley Coleridge, William John Loftie, Michael MacMillan (1907)
"Here his father took a cottage in the summer-time, close under the sea-bank, " the long low line of tussocked dunes," to which, says the present Lord ..."
5. In New England Fields and Woods by Rowland Evans Robinson (1896)
"The upland plover wails his greeting to the tussocked pastures, where day and night rings the shrill chorus of the hylas and the trill of the toads ..."