boscage definition

  • noun:
    • quite a few woods or bushes; a thicket.
    • somewhere set with woods or size of shrubbery, a grove or thicket.
    • Mast-nuts of woodland trees, used as food for pigs, or such sustenance as timber and woods give to cattle.
    • Among painters, the word can be used for a picture depicting a wooded scene.
    • A tax on timber.
    • A growth of trees or bushes; underwood; a thicket; thick vegetation; a wooded landscape.
    • quite a few trees or shrubs; a thicket.
    • somewhere set with woods or mass of shrubbery, a grove or thicket.
    • Mast-nuts of forest trees, used as food for pigs, or any such sustenance as lumber and trees yield to cattle.
    • Among painters, the definition of can be used for a photo depicting a wooded scene.
    • A tax on lumber.
    • A growth of woods or shrubs; underwood; a thicket; dense vegetation; a wooded landscape.
    • Food or sustenance for cattle, received from bushes and woods; also, a tax on wood.
    • quite a few growing trees or shrubs; woods, groves, or thickets; sylvan surroundings.
    • In old legislation, probably, food or sustenance for cattle that will be yielded by bushes and trees.
    • Food or sustenance for cattle, received from shrubs and trees; in addition, a tax on wood.
    • quite a few growing trees or shrubs; woods, groves, or thickets; sylvan surroundings.
    • In old law, most likely, meals or sustenance for cattle that will be yielded by shrubs and trees.

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