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divot definition

  • noun:
    • some grass torn up by a golf club in striking a ball, or by a horse's hoof.
    • Scots A thin square of grass or sod employed for roofing.
    • A torn up piece of turf (e.g. by a golf club in creating a stroke or by a horse's hoof).
    • A thin, oblong turf employed for covering cottages, also for fuel.
    • a small little bit of grass gouged out of the ground by the mind of a golf club when creating a stroke.
    • an item of grass; a square sod, of a sort familiar with cover roofs, develop outhouses, etc.
    • In tennis, a bit of grass cut-out with a club in playing a stroke.
    • (tennis) the cavity left whenever an item of grass is cut through the floor because of the club head in making a stroke
    • some grass dug out of a lawn or fairway (by an animals hooves or a golf club)
    • some grass torn up by a golf club in striking a ball, or by a horse's hoof.
    • Scots A thin square of grass or sod useful for roofing.
    • A torn up bit of grass (example. by a golf club to make a stroke or by a horse's hoof).
    • A thin, oblong turf employed for addressing cottages, also for fuel.
    • a tiny little bit of grass gouged out of the ground by the head of a golf club when creating a stroke.
    • a bit of grass; a square sod, of a kind always protect roofs, build outhouses, etc.
    • In golf, a piece of turf cut fully out with a club in playing a stroke.
    • (tennis) the hole left whenever a piece of grass is cut from ground because of the club head in making a stroke
    • some grass dug-out of a lawn or fairway (by an animals hooves or a golf club)
    • an item of grass torn up by a golf club in hitting a ball, or by a horse's hoof.
    • Scots A thin square of turf or sod useful for roofing.
    • A torn up piece of turf (example. by a golf club for making a stroke or by a horse's hoof).
    • A thin, oblong grass used for addressing cottages, as well as for fuel.
    • a tiny bit of turf gouged from the floor by the head of a golf club when making a stroke.
    • an item of turf; a square sod, of a form familiar with protect roofs, develop outhouses, etc.
    • In tennis, a piece of turf cut fully out with a club in playing a stroke.
    • (tennis) the cavity left when some turf is slashed through the floor by the club head to make a stroke
    • an item of grass dug-out of a lawn or fairway (by an animals hooves or a golf club)
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