forage

Part of speech: noun

FORAGER.

Part of speech: verb

To overrun in seardch of forage; collect food for men and stock by roving search.

Part of speech: noun

Any food suitable for horses or cattle.

Part of speech: noun

The act of foraging.

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Usage examples "forage":

  1. But when the ice crust is firm above the twenty foot drifts, they range far and forage where they will. - "The Land Of Little Rain", Mary Hunter Austin.
  2. Afraid to leave my men myself, lest some should stray to the inn and others desert altogether, I requested M. d'Agen to return thither with Maignan and Simon, and bring us what forage and food we required. - "Historical Romances: Under the Red Robe, Count Hannibal, A Gentleman of France", Stanley J. Weyman.
  3. The Kafirs are dry- farm crops and are grown for grain and forage. - "Dry-Farming", John A. Widtsoe.