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groundsel
noun an annual plant and common weed with numerous small cylindrical flower heads consisting of clusters of yellow florets.
[Anglo-Saxon gundæswelgiæ , from gund pus + swelgan to swallow, so called because of its use in poultices]


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groundsheet
noun a waterproof sheet spread on the ground, eg in a tent, to give protection against damp.


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groundsman
noun someone whose job is to maintain a sports field.


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groundswell
noun
1 a broad high swell of the sea, increasing in height rapidly as it passes through the water.
2 a rapidly growing indication of public or political feeling.


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