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  • noun countable The tip of a blade or stalk of grass.
  • noun uncountable An expanse covered in grass.


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  • If the White House really doesn't think it has any problems among self-identified liberals or progressives, and that all the complaints are coming from a grasstop elite, it needs to look at the data again.

    Robert Gibbs says leftwing critics of Obama 'ought to be drug tested' 2010

  • Campaigns and Elections magazine estimated that it's close to a billion-dollar industry, and an unregulated one at that: where traditional lobbying firms have to disclose their contracts and clients, grasstop lobby shops argued successfully to Congress in 2007 that any monitoring of the collection of people's voices would infringe on free-speech rights.

    The Browning of Grassroots 2009

  • Now, he says, suspicions have grown, leading grasstop organizers to take ever more subtle approaches: "When the old tactics become too obvious, these people become more clever to not get caught."

    The Browning of Grassroots 2009


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