Word usage examples
The theory is it will be much less disorienting to go back and forth between Settlertown and Hades if our undersky matches the real one precisely.
It had been a night of iron frost and the tussocky pastures beyond the walls were held in a pitiless white grip with every blade of grass stiffly ensheathed in rime.
As soon as there was any light we let out the teams to fill themselves on the tussocky grass that grew about, and meanwhile cooked and ate some food.
The view ahead is filled with tough tussocky grass and boulders gray and yellow with lichen.
It was crouched on the tussocky rise, its neck craned over the water, and below, half a dozen feet from the bank, floated the reflection of the full moon, huge and silvery, an unblemished circle of light.
Then they set out on foot across the tussocky grass of the pasture, towards the glittering pointing tower.
The marsh was water-locked, the going was treacherous, and the boy would have been forced to stay clear of the few tussocky patches of higher ground where the footing was firm, but from which he could have been seen for miles over the flat land.
The tussocky grass seemed longer on this long downslope - something to do with drainage, he wondered incongruously - and it seemed to wrestle with his tired legs, continually throwing the body too far forward, out of balance.
The ground was tussocky with the poor grass, flinty stones unsettling his footsteps.
Round the wild, tussocky lawn at the back of the house was a thorn hedge, under which daffodils were craning forward from among their sheaves of grey-green blades.