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noun as in hedge

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At night, the team knocked dozens of species from roadside hedgerows or swept up larvae from grasses, catching nearly 2,500 caterpillars.

Hedgerows under bright LED lights contained 52 percent fewer caterpillars than dark sections, while areas under duller sodium lamps housed 41 percent fewer.

This might include planting hedgerows or bushes to create more varied landscapes.

This gave the Germans time to stabilize and dig in on the “hedgerow front” before St. Lô.

He must soon, he thought, be getting near the opening at the Stone-pits: he should find it out by the break in the hedgerow.

Then searching in and out the hedgerow for favourite seeds, and singing, singing all the while, verily a 'song without an end.'

The pond by the hedgerow was sealed with ice, and he suffered much from the lack of his customary food.

Soon the haze lifted, leaving the dew thick on the grass by the ditch, and on the moss and the ivy in the hedgerow bank.

Disappointed, the fox turned towards the uplands and crossed the hedgerow into the nearest stubble.


On this page you'll find 14 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to hedgerow, such as: fence, shrubbery, barrier, bush, enclosure, and guard.

From Roget's 21st Century Thesaurus, Third Edition Copyright © 2013 by the Philip Lief Group.