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

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Why, in the spring, is the herbage under trees generally more luxuriant than it is beyond the spread of their branches?

He carries archipelagoes on his breast, and stretches out arms covered with herbage like pasture land.

FruitfulnessEmile Zola

Trees and herbage were overwhelmed with pumice and volcanic dust.

The Story of the HillsH. N. Hutchinson

A clouded sky dulls the herbage, a cloudless heaven brightens it, so that the grass almost reflects the firmament like water.

Nature Near LondonRichard Jefferies

One's first impressions are of the green of the foliage and herbage.

Quaker HillWarren H. Wilson

Around dry lakes and marshes the herbage preserves a set and orderly arrangement.

In 1368 these nine vacant holdings were let to the other tenants for herbage.

In his landscapes the foliage and the herbage partake more or less of brown or gray.

By the help of these, he began searching among the herbage which grew thickly on either side of the path.

It crops the herbage with its front teeth, and grinds it with its back teeth, like other herbivora.

WORDS RELATED TO HERBAGE

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