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  • n. Plural form of herbage.


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  • Ils devaient l'empêcher de se disperser et le mener vers d'autres herbages.

    Archive 2010-06-01

  • But on the contrary those stupendous rocks whose surface is formed into irregular benches rising one above another from the vale to the snow dotted here and there with low pines and covered with green herbages intermingled with flowers with the scattered flocks of Sheep and Elk carelessly feeding or thoughtlessly reposing beneath the shade having Providence for their founder and preserver and Nature for Shepherd Gardner and

    Journal of a Trapper

  • The roomes were all well wanscoated and hung and there was ye finest Carv'd wood in fruitages, herbages, gumms, beasts, fowles &c. very thinn and fine all in white wood wth out paint or varnish.

    Through England on a Side Saddle in the Time of William and Mary

  • And I have shewn how the earth, by the fruits and herbages it spontaneously produces for the nourishment of men and animals, and by the trees, of which man has first formed his utensils, had furnished the first advances for cultivation; and even of the first manual works a man can perform for his own service.

    Reflections on the Formation and Distribution of Wealth


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