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Definition of Grazeable
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Literary usage of Grazeable
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Travel and Politics in Armenia by Noel Noel-Buxton Noel-Buxton, Harold Jocelyn Buxton, Aram Raffi (1914)
"The whole effect is of our own border hills on a magnified scale, not naked as in Persia, but grazeable to the summits. Through these hills you move all day ..."
2. The Mother Country, Or, The Spade, the Wastes, and the Eldest Son: An by Sidney Smith (1849)
"The grass is grazeable even at midwinter ; and turnips and greens will then still grow. As a preliminary, we should cut national arterial drains throughout ..."
3. Agriculture and Biodiversity: Developing Indicators for Policy Analysis by Suisse OECD expert meeting Zurich (2003)
"Natural Land for Pasture (native pasture land, native hay, grazeable bush) • All Other Land (land under ..."