What is another word for sward?

79 synonyms found


[ swˈɔːd], [ swˈɔːd], [ s_w_ˈɔː_d]

Sward refers to a dense growth of grass or vegetation. There are many synonyms for the word "sward", including "turf", "meadow", "pasture", "lawn", "field", "prairie", "plain", "savannah", "steppe", and "range". Each of these words has slightly different connotations and can be used in different contexts. For example, "turf" is often used to describe a well-manicured lawn, while "pasture" is used to describe an area where animals graze. "Meadow" and "prairie" evoke images of open fields, while "savannah" and "steppe" bring to mind drier, more arid landscapes. Regardless of the specific word used, all synonyms for "sward" refer to the same basic concept of a growth of grass or vegetation.

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