graze


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Synonyms for graze

Synonyms for graze

to make light and momentary contact with, as in passing

to strike a surface at such an angle as to be deflected

light and momentary contact with another person or thing

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a superficial abrasion

the act of grazing

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feed as in a meadow or pasture

break the skin (of a body part) by scraping

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scrape gently

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eat lightly, try different dishes

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William Jenkins, NFU Cymru Monmouthshire council delegate said: "The issue of fly-grazing, when horses and ponies are turned out to graze on private land such as farmers' fields without permission, has risen to some considerable prominence in recent months.
Two farms were permitted to graze sheep on the mountain and this was having a detrimental effect on vegetation.
These camp sites, which threaten downstream water quality, are more likely to occur in large paddocks under continuous grazing where animals are allowed to graze more selectively and deposit nutrients in some specific areas of the paddocks.
The right to graze is given to the city's hereditary freeman and they have informed allotment holders they have until September next year to find an alternative site.
Letting your cows graze is cheaper than mechanical harvesting, and the quality is much better because they're in new, palatable growth all the time.
NFU Cymru president, Ed Bailey said: "The issue of fly grazing, whereby horses and ponies are turned out to graze on private land, such as farmers' fields, without permission, has risen to some considerable prominence in recent times.
The Countryside Council for Wales has now fenced much of the site so livestock and ponies can graze the land.
However, there are few published studies on soil physical quality where dairy cows graze brassica crops during winter.
an 18-year-old student suffered a graze wound when he was confronted by two people while walking to the campus of Mission High School, the continuation school adjacent to San Fernando High.
Responding to the words of the prophet Ezekiel (34:18): "Is it not enough for you to graze on choice pasture, but you must also trample with your feet what is left from your grazing?
Highland cattle are employed to graze at Druridge Pools to control the grass growth and improve the habitat for migratory wildfowl and waders.
Cows were allowed to graze for 24 h per day in the unrestricted treatment and 3 h per day once only in the restricted treatment.
Just as in the movie ``City Slickers,'' ranch hands move cattle to the high meadow areas of Whitney and Templeton to graze.
Thus, if the average forage height is eight inches in a one-acre paddock, and you want to graze off half this height, there would be four acre inches of forage or about 600 pounds of dry matter available.