|laiduntaa englanniksi||forage, graze, browse, pasture|
*: “The hermit was apparently somewhat moved to compassion by the anxiety as well as address which the stranger displayed in tending his horse; for, muttering something about provender left for the keepers palfrey, he dragged out of a recess a bundle of forage, which he spread before the knights charger.
*: He [the lion] from forage will incline to play.
*: Mawhood completed his forage unmolested.
*: ‘My dears,’ he discourses to them — how he licks his gums, long toothless, as he speaks of his forages into the well-stored cellars: ...
*: The message said that the party intended to hunt and forage through this region, for a month or two, afore it went back into the Canadas.
*: And your great-uncles, Edward the Black Prince, / Who on the French ground playd a tragedy, / Making defeat on the full power of France, / Whiles his most mighty father on a hill / Stood smiling to behold his lions whelp / Forage in blood of French nobility.
*: Using the blankets for a basket, we sent up the books, instruments, and clothes to swell our growing midden on the deck; and then Nares, going on hands and knees, began to forage underneath the bed.
*: a field or two to graze his cows
: Cattle graze in the meadows.
*: The lambs with wolves shall graze the verdant mead.
*: The bird [Canada goose] is more often found on land than other waterfowl because of its love for seeds and grains. The long neck is well adapted for grazing.
*: when Jacob grazed his uncle Labans sheep
: the bullet grazed the wall
*: But in that gale, the port, the land, is that ship’s direst jeopardy; she must fly all hospitality; one touch of land, though it but graze the keel, would make her shudder through and through.
: to graze ones knee
*: The sewers must be kept so as the water may not stay too long in the spring; for then the ground continueth the wet, whereby it will never graze to purpose that year.
*: Fields ... browsed by deep-uddered kine.
*: And with their horned feet the greene gras wore, / The whiles their Gotes upon the brouzes fedd ...
*: Sheep, goats, and oxen, and the nobler steed, / On browse, and corn, and flowery meadows feed.
*: In the Panhandle Area, bison eat browse that includes mesquite and elm.
*: Also, when planting to provide a source of browse for wintering deer and elk, protect seedlings from browsing during the first several years; an electric fence enclosure can offer effective protection.
*: He maketh me to lie down in green pastures.
*: So graze as you find pasture.
*: Ne euer is he wont on ought to feed, / But toades and frogs, his pasture poysonous [...].
: The farmer pastures fifty oxen; the land will pasture forty cows.