Definition of Reforestations

1. reforestation [n] - See also: reforestation



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Reforestations

refolds
refollow
refollowed
refollowing
refollows
refoment
refomented
refomenting
refoments
refoot
refooted
refooting
refoots
reforest
reforestation
reforestations (current term)
reforested
reforesting
reforestization
reforestize
reforestized
reforestizing
reforests
reforge
reforged
reforger
reforgers
reforges
reforging
reform

Literary usage of Reforestations

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. In the Shade of an Acacia Tree: Memoirs of a Health Officer in Africa, 1945-1959 by Frank L. Lambrecht (1991)
"... the road climbs once more, twisting its way from hill to hill and into reforestations of eucalyptus and "black wattle" ..."

2. In the Shade of an Acacia Tree: Memoirs of a Health Officer in Africa, 1945-1959 by Frank L. Lambrecht (1991)
"... the road climbs once more, twisting its way from hill to hill and into reforestations of eucalyptus and "black wattle" ..."

3. Economics of Forestry: A Reference Book for Students of Political Economy by Bernhard Eduard Fernow (1902)
"The annual budget for these reforestations of waste lands has been $500000 for several years. The area of barrens and poor soils in Prussia, fit for forest ..."

4. The Lure of the Land: Farming After Fifty by Harvey Washington Wiley (1915)
"This is largely a mechanical process at first, but must be supplemented by a series of grasses or reforestations, which will protect from further waste. ..."

5. The Lure of the Land: Farming After Fifty by Harvey Washington Wiley (1912)
"This is largely a mechanical process at first, but must be supplemented by a series of grasses or reforestations, which will protect from further waste. ..."

6. Report on the Forest Conditions of the Rocky Mountains, and Other Papers by United States Forest Service (1888)
"was necessary against reckless advisers to keep it intact, until now the beneficial effect is fully recognized, and reforestations have been begun ..."

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