Definition of Grazable
1. graze [adj] - See also: graze
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Grazable
Literary usage of Grazable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Publications by English Dialect Society (1873)
"... of this district) being frequently out of the water's way, afford a proportion of grazable land : hence, probably, they are provinc,ally termed marshes. ..."
2. Reprinted Glossaries by Walter William Skeat (1873)
"... which abound in the southern part of this district) being frequently out of the water's way, afford a proportion of grazable land: hence, probably, ..."
3. History of Sligo, County and Town by William Gregory Wood-Martin (1889)
"240 acres of grazable land and pasture woods, .... 26 and 24 acres of stoneywood, .... 1291 acres of mountain and woods, .... 1240 acres of the same ..."
4. What is Socialism? by Scotsburn (1898)
"... that a large portion of it (indeed nearly all that is grazable) is grazed ; that another large portion of it is under timber, or lying fallow (after the ..."