pasturage[ pas-cher-ij, pahs- ]SEE DEFINITION OF pasturage
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PASTURAGE
The nomads of Asia follow the pasturage from month to month.
A soft hillside of pasturage succeeded, down which the men ran like schoolboys.
The grasses and clovers are of course used for pasturage and hay.
The ground has been hitherto, I believe, used chiefly for pasturage.
There the fertility is splendid; the pasturage is incomparable.
These islands are valuable for their pasturage and their harbors, and most of all for their situation in a military point of view.
Even the sand-dunes have been reclaimed and converted into pasturage.
As they went on the pasturage became richer, the air cooler.
It needs crowding with other grasses when grown for pasturage.
They might perish before he could drive them to any other pasturage!