Sward

A turf.

Sward

• (v. t. & i.) To produce sward upon; to cover, or be covered, with sward. • (n.) The grassy surface of land; that part of the soil which is filled with the roots of grass; turf. • (n.) Skin; covering.
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sward

1. Skin; covering. ... 2. The grassy surface of land; that part of the soil which is filled with the roots of grass; turf. 'The sward was trim as any garden lawn.' (Tennyson) Sward pork, bacon in large fitches. ... Origin: AS. Sweard skin, covering; akin to OFries. Swarge, D. Zwoord, G. Schwarte, Icel. Svorr skin, sward of the earth. ... Source: We...
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Sward

Sward noun [ Anglo-Saxon sweard skin, covering; akin to OFries. swarge , Dutch zwoord , German schwarte , Icelandic svör...r skin, sward of the earth.] 1. Skin; covering. [ Obsolete or Prov. Eng.] Halliwell. 2. The grassy surface of land; t...
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Sward

Sward transitive verb & i. [ imperfect & past participle Swarded ; present participle & verbal noun Swarding .] To produce sward upon; to cover, or be covered, with sward. Mortimer.
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Sward

A poetic term for an expanse of turf, often used when describing a closely cut lawn.
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sward

a portion of land covered with grass
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sward

extensive, more or less even cover of a surface, for example a lawn grass; compare tussock.
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