Words and phrases that have a meaning related to loam:   (143 results)

Often used in the same context:
topsoil, soils, sphagnum, compost, gravel, mulch, perennial ryegrass, windrows, marl, clayey, dirt, subgrade, silt, stolons, chippings, macadam, humus, bottomland, perlite, fescue grass, polyanthus, peat moss, bermuda grass, shrubberies, caliche, groundcover, alluvium, soilless, scoria, subbase, sphagnum moss, muck, quack grass, herbage, rye grass, goosegrass, sod, phalaris, tilth, greensand, claggy, shrubs, frost heaving, marram grass, bartlett pear, flagstones, freestone, spadeful, pachysandra, meadowland, lime, rockeries, rhizome, creeping thyme, bituminous, mycelium, tufa, vetch, sandy, liquidambar, grass, manure, brome grass, asphalt, outwash, sloes, corm, matilija poppy, bunchgrass, gooseneck loosestrife, spireas, panicles, rooty, regrade, purple clematis, kahikatea, dolomite, frost heave, rills, colluvium, forb, sprigging, roadbeds, frass, ericaceous, hardpan, discing, soakaway, verdigris, liriope, festuca, staghorn sumac, mounding, fenland, sand, perennials, moss phlox, bromegrass, rhodos, superphosphate, honeysuckles, fescue, loams, clay, subsoil, subsoils, mud, soil, paste, mortar, chalk, coagulum, ooze, plaster, loamy, peaty, 10am, 9am, alluvial, chalky, drained, fertile, gravelly, gritty, infertile, loess, ploughed, puddled, rich, richer, sandier, stony

More specific:
chernozemic soil, regur, regur soil

Appears in the definition of:
admixture, chernozemic soil, loamless, loamy, regur, regur soil

More general:
dirt, soil

Also try:
— Adjectives for loam: sandy, rich, fine, brown, black, light, deep, good, dark, heavy, red, more...

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See loam used in context: 12 rhymes, 4 Shakespeare works, several books and articles.

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