forage[ fawr-ij, for- ]SEE DEFINITION OF forage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR FORAGE
Forage for our horses is also abundant in all the neighboring plantations.
It was a unique experience for cavalrymen and they had not yet learned how to forage.
It is not so much the getting the forage as the amount of accounting that is involved.
Torch had been put to the camp; all the Federal tents and forage and stores were burning.
His eyes made just a glint of blue light below the forage cap.
The expeditions after forage brought on what was called the Grass Fight.
At the bottom are six sacks of corn, for it may be that forage will run short.
"Draw a good supply of forage for them from the magazines," De la Noue said.
In the United States it is used as a forage plant and as a soil-improver.
The force then retired, bringing in the baggage animals, loaded with forage.