hedge[ hej ]SEE DEFINITION OF hedge
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HEDGE
A thrush sat in the hedge, and she was singing her morning song.
Whose cow is that at the top of the ditch, half through my hedge?
They heard only a crashing of boughs, the parting of the hedge.
She looked at him for a few moments, and then she threw the sally rod into the hedge.
When the horn was sounded, he merely drew into the hedge and did not look round.
The cotton merchant, in making a hedge, would proceed in this fashion.
I was off to the hedge, Charlotte picking herself up and scurrying after.
The moment they were past we were through the hedge and after them.
Through a gap in the hedge we could see the party setting off down the road.
The hedge was a half-painted picture which would be finished in a few days.