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Grazing land   /grˈeɪzɪŋ lænd/   Listen
Grazing land

noun
1.
A field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock.  Synonyms: lea, ley, pasture, pastureland.






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"Grazing land" Quotes from Famous Books



... glass, and the heat regulated by a thermometer, it could not have been better for the yellow tassels that were ripening and fertilizing the silk day by day. The cornfields were far apart in those times, with miles of wild grazing land between. It took a clear, meditative eye like my grandfather's to foresee that they would enlarge and multiply until they would be, not the Shimerdas' cornfields, or Mr. Bushy's, but the world's cornfields; that their yield would be one of the great economic facts, like the wheat crop of Russia, ...
— My Antonia • Willa Cather

... W.N.W. there was a moderate range of hills on the opposite side of an extensive valley, running up northerly, from which a lateral branch swept round to the W.N.W. with a gradual ascent into the hills, which bore the same appearance of open forest, grazing land, as prevailed in similar tracts to the eastward. The blacks pointed out to us our route up the valley, and stated that we should get on the banks of the river again in a direction W. by N. from the place on which we stood. We accordingly crossed the principal valley on the following ...
— Two Expeditions into the Interior of Southern Australia, Complete • Charles Sturt



Words linked to "Grazing land" :   cow pasture, pastureland, commons, common land, rural area, grassland, country



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