Thesaurus / forage

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Habitat destruction to clear land for palm oil plantations, exacerbated by El Niño–induced drought, caused the bats to migrate out of the forests and forage near industrial pig farms.

If he does venture ashore, he goes only a few rods from the bank and then only to forage.

The Congo and Coasts of AfricaRichard Harding Davis

The practice of allowing them rations and forage was discontinued.

Stopping for breakfast, we borrowed a room and despatched a youngster to forage for a table and eggs.

Both parties went for wood and forage behind their own camps, neither interrupting the other.

There are no household cares for him; no nest to build, no eggs to warm, no brood to forage for.

In the West CountryFrancis A. Knight

If time suffice, you might cross over into the valley of the Cowskin and learn the condition of forage there as well.

My Lady of the NorthRandall Parrish

They were bargaining about some forage which the captain wanted, and which the farmer was not disposed to sell.

All the beef in this country is of a bad quality, because, as I have said, no forage is cultivated.

It is said the enemy came within six miles of Murfreesboro yesterday, and attacked a forage train.

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