To put to grass

Definition of To put to grass

to put out to graze a season, as cattle.

See also: Grass

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To put one's back up
To put one's foot down
To put one's foot in one's mouth
To put one's legs under some one's mahogany
To put one's nose out of joint
To put one's nose to the grindstone
To put one's self upon the country
To put out of court
To put out of the way
To put over
To put stress upon
To put the best foot foremost
To put the cart before the horse
To put the comether on
To put the great seal into commission
To put the hand unto
To put the kibosh on
To put the last hand to
To put the screws on
To put to flight
-To put to grass-
To put to nurse
To put to one's trumps
To put to rout
To put to sea
To put to shame
To put to the blush
To put to the rack
To put to the sword
To put under the screw
To put up
To put up the spout
To put up to
To put up with
To quit cost
To quit scores
To rack one's brains
To raise a blockade
To raise a check
To raise a siege
To raise Cain
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