I encountered this sentence in Cambridge Dictionary:
The ground was hard and the rime thick and crisp on the grass.
I can't figure it out why there's no any verb after "the rime". It just doesn't make sense to me.
"The ground was hard" - that's ok. "The rime (was??) thick and crisp on the grass" - why is there such an omission of the verb?
Considering the fact that the sentence is actually provided as an example for the word "rime" on the Cambridge website, so i'm sure it's correct, but i've literally no idea what that thing means.
English is not my native, so for me it's still pretty difficult to comprehend these things.