Definition of Cow pasture
1. Noun. A pasture for cows.
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Lexicographical Neighbors of Cow Pasture
Literary usage of Cow pasture
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. An Analytical Digest of the Cases Published in the New Series of the Law by Francis Towers Streeten, George Stevens Allnutt (1863)
"The Commissioners made their award, and set out the cow-pasture. By an act, passed in 1772, for the purpose of dividing the cow-pasture, it was enacted that ..."
2. Annals of Augusta County, Virginia, from 1726 to 1871 by Joseph Addison Waddell (1902)
"James Stuart, jr., cow pasture, prisoner. James McClung and two children named ... A servant-man killed, and maid and one child prisoners, cow pasture. ..."
3. Good Old Dorchester: A Narrative History of the Town, 1630-1893 by William Dana Orcutt (1891)
"... Cowes shall put them to the Keepers to be kept in the ordinary cow pasture,1 and none to be put away at the Necke of land or keepe them otherwise about ..."
4. The Law of Copyholds: In Reference to the Enfranchisement and Commutation of by Leonard Shelford (1858)
"Exemption from Payment of Fine under Inclosure Act' —By an inclosure act passed in 1766, commissioners were to allot a cow pasture, to be enjoyed by the ..."