Definition of Garigue

1. Noun. (alternative form of garrigue) ¹



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Definition of Garigue

1. a low scrubland [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garigue

gargoulette
gargoulettes
gargoyle
gargoyle cell
gargoyled
gargoyles
gargoylism
gargoylisms
gargyle
gargyles
gari
garial
garials
garibaldi
garibaldis
garigue (current term)
garigues
garis
garish
garished
garishes
garishing
garishly
garishness
garishnesses
garjan
garjans
garland
garland chrysanthemum
garland chrysanthemums

Literary usage of Garigue

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1. Ibiza, Formentera by Roland Mischke, Berthold Schwarz (2001)
"Nowadays the garigue - a low-growing bush in abundant numbers, dominates the landscape ... In summer the garigue dries out and the herbs and flowers wither, ..."

2. Ibiza Formentera Explore the World by GeoCenter International Limited, Roland Mischke, Berthold Schwarz (2001)
"Nowadays the garigue - a low-growing bush in abundant numbers, dominates the landscape; ... Most species of orchid flourish within the garigue. ..."

3. Human Geography: An Attempt at a Positive Classification, Principles and by Jean Brunhes, Isaiah Bowman, Richard Elwood Dodge, Irville Charles Le Compte (1920)
"In places in the Sierra where the soil is a little less calcareous and contains somewhat more humus, the thinner, lower, and drier tufts of the garigue run ..."

4. The Early Diary of Frances Burney, 1768-1778: With a Selection from Her by Fanny Burney (1889)
"The word garigue is found in French dictionaries as meaning a piece of waste ground, a " lande,'" but in the south of Prance it takes the form of Garric, ..."

5. Ibiza, Formentera by Roland Mischke, Berthold Schwarz (2001)
"Nowadays the garigue - a low-growing bush in abundant numbers, dominates the landscape ... In summer the garigue dries out and the herbs and flowers wither, ..."

6. Ibiza Formentera Explore the World by GeoCenter International Limited, Roland Mischke, Berthold Schwarz (2001)
"Nowadays the garigue - a low-growing bush in abundant numbers, dominates the landscape; ... Most species of orchid flourish within the garigue. ..."

7. Human Geography: An Attempt at a Positive Classification, Principles and by Jean Brunhes, Isaiah Bowman, Richard Elwood Dodge, Irville Charles Le Compte (1920)
"In places in the Sierra where the soil is a little less calcareous and contains somewhat more humus, the thinner, lower, and drier tufts of the garigue run ..."

8. The Early Diary of Frances Burney, 1768-1778: With a Selection from Her by Fanny Burney (1889)
"The word garigue is found in French dictionaries as meaning a piece of waste ground, a " lande,'" but in the south of Prance it takes the form of Garric, ..."

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