- From leaf + meal, modelled after leafmould. (Wiktionary)
“Doug park, enjoying the "season of mists" and looking at the "worlds of wanwood" lying leafmeal, and taking lots of backlit shots of maple leaves.”
“Besides, her feet were bare, and the road, so smooth to the tires of a car or the soles of Ivan's American running shoes, would be rough to feet more accustomed to meadows or the leafmeal forest floor.”
“Yax scrabbled around in the leafmeal until he found the acrylic eye.”
“He sighed, knelt in the soft leafmeal of the shadowed clearing, and reached for the topical anesthetic.”
“After sun-drying, crush or grind the leaves and small stems to make a leafmeal which you can feed directly or mix with other feeds.”
“Branches are then shaken over mats and leafmeal gathered and sacked.”
“Calliandra leafmeal was also successfully used in chicken feed in amounts up to 5 percent.”
“Selected Poetry illustrates leafmeal with a quotation from Hopkins 'Journal: Wonderful”
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