Definition of moor grass in English:

moor grass

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noun

[mass noun]
Either of two coarse upland grasses found in Eurasia:
  • (purple moor grass) A purplish-green grass which grows in large tussocks, chiefly in wet and peaty areas (Molinia caerulea, family Gramineae). (blue moor grass) A wiry bluish-grey European grass which favours dry limestone soils (Sesleria caerulea, family Gramineae).

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