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Things reed often describes (“reed ________”)
beds, pipe, grass, mats, pipes, pen, instrument, instruments, mat, organ, bed, huts, switch, flute, matting, boats, warbler, hut, boat, stops, basket, stop, relay, baskets, pens, valve, birds, flutes, organs, fence, stems, section, electrometer, switches, warblers, relays, buck, canarygrass, valves, stem, bunting, sparrow, mace, swamp, bundles, swamps, arrows, assembly, walls, type, thatch, stalks, bird, houses, mouthpiece, plate, fences, shaft, screen, screens, house, cane, cross, roof, tone, thickets, belt, stylus, players, rafts, raft, wall, maker, petals, grasses, block, bundle, whistle, leaves, vibrates, impressions, marshes, player, buntings, blinds, making, tube, roofs, banks, stalk, marsh, meter, cut, thicket, tubes, frame, chairs

Descriptive words:
broken, bruised, hollow, weak, slender, common, double, single, thin, long, golden, frail, free, late, tall, giant, feeble, fragile, green, flat, poor, former, mere, dry, slim, pastoral, round, rotten, sweet, soft, egyptian, rustic, bamboo, bent, sternberg, pointed, crushed, light, coarse, thick, flexible, czar, straight, doric, striking, miss, pliant, sharp, scarlet, dent, weakest, mechanical, spanish, shaken, jointed, radical, cor, oval, stiff, musical, inch, yellow, fyn, foot, sharpened, smooth

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See reed used in context: 49 rhymes, 3 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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