acreage[ ey-ker-ij ]SEE DEFINITION OF acreage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR ACREAGE
The extent of land is reckoned not by acreage, but by the heads of cattle it will keep.
Moreover the acreage planted is only about two-thirds that of America.
He has time to tempt thousands of smaller birds to his acreage.
In 1875 barely a thousand acres were under tea; now the acreage is 385,000.
He set to work once more increasing his acreage, vigorous and unsubdued.
The acreage in coffee has greatly increased in recent years.
The larger part of this acreage was reforested by direct seeding.
The acreage of pasture-land does not greatly exceed that of tillage.
There is no indication that the acreage was under cultivation at that time.
What I have done is simply to enter the acreage as given in the surveys.