herbage[ ur-bij, hur- ]SEE DEFINITION OF herbage
Synonyms for herbage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR HERBAGE
The spring which feeds it is yonder in that big tuft of herbage.
She still had her apron full of herbage with her, and her pets were taking it by assault.
She blushed, and looked past him at the Six Hills, covered with spring herbage.
All around was desolation: no spring, no herbage; the bird and the insect were alike mute.
This has been attributed to the abundance of herbage they are then able to obtain.
Herds of buffaloes, antelopes, and deer, grazed the herbage in countless numbers.
The herbage and the climate are equally favorable to the increase of cattle.
Unmanured pasture, on the other hand, is more complex in its herbage.
In this case the manure should be applied so as not to impair the quality of the herbage.
It was bare of herbage, with the exception of a few tufts of grass.