Definition of Garrigue

1. Noun. A type of low scrubland found on limestone soils in southern France and other parts of the Mediterranean Basin. ¹



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Definition of Garrigue

1. open scrubland [n -S]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Garrigue

garpike
garpikes
garran
garrans
garre
garred
garres
garret
garret window
garret windows
garreted
garreteer
garreteers
garretlike
garrets
garrigue (current term)
garrigues
garring
garrison
garrison belt
garrison cap
garrisoned
garrisoning
garrisons
garron
garronite
garrons
garrot
garrote
garroted

Literary usage of Garrigue

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1. The Mercersburg Review by Marshall College (Mercersburg, Pa.). Alumni Association, Alumni Association, Pa.) Marshall College (Mercersburg (1851)
"... Philadelphia und Leipzig; Rudolph garrigue in New-York. 1861. THE appearance of this work deserves to be considered certainly something of an event. ..."

2. Pennsylvania Archives by Pennsylvania Dept. of public instruction, Pennsylvania State library, Harrisburg, Pennsylvania State Library (1914)
"garrigue, .Edward, 6th S., I, 43, 75; III, 1112. garrigue, Francis, 6th S., I, 409. Garrigus, Samuel, 6th S., III, 1112. garrigue, Samuel, Junr., 6th S., I, ..."

3. Spencer Fullerton Baird: A Biography, Including Selections from His by William Healey Dall (1915)
"My time however was very limited, and I went entirely on business concerning the Iconographic Encyclopedia, in consideration of which garrigue paid my ..."

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