lawn bubble

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lawn +‎ bubble. From being a plastic cavity confined under a grassy field.


lawn bubble (plural lawn bubbles)

  1. A phenomenon that occurs after heavy rains, where rain water flows under a lawn's thatched grass root and rhizome layer, but is unable to drain further due to saturated soil underneath, creating a muddy water-filled bubble cavity between the grass and the underlying dirt.


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