Definition of Foggage

1. n. See 1st Fog.



Definition of Foggage

1. a second growth of grass [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Foggage

fogbound
fogbow
fogbows
fogdog
fogdogs
foge
fogey
fogeydom
fogeydoms
fogeyish
fogeyism
fogeyisms
fogeys
fogfruit
fogfruits
foggage (current term)
foggages
foggara
fogged
fogger
foggers
foggetaboutit
foggier
foggiest
foggily
fogginess
fogginesses
fogging
fogging retinoscopy
foggite

Literary usage of Foggage

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1. Decisions of the Court of Session: From 1681 to 1691 by Roger Hog of Harcarse, Scotland Court of Session (1757)
"And as to foggage, that is provided by aft of parliament to ail ... body of the church, if they quite their feats therein : and that the foggage wight be ..."

2. The New Statistical Account of Scotland (1845)
"The glebe consists of 5 acres of arable, and nearly 2 of foggage or ... 8d. for the above-mentioned deficiency of foggage, consists of L. 49, 8s. ..."

3. British Farmer's Magazine (1863)
"If the hay was not what might have been expected, the foggage was very good, and let, ... The foggage, which, was luxuriant, waa eaten off with ..."

4. A Dictionary of Lowland Scotch: With an Introductory Chapter Onthe Poetry by Charles Mackay (1888)
"Fog-moss, foggage, tall grass used for fodder. The etymology is uncertain. ... but this scarcely affords a clue to fog or foggage. ..."

5. The Gentleman Farmer: Being an Attempt to Improve Agriculture, by Subjecting by Henry Home Kames (1776)
"... three or four years old, left rough in foggage, and in that ... is clean of weeds ; and the rough foggage, turned to the bottom of the furrow, ..."

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