Synonym: grassland, meadow, range. Similar words: gesture, posture, moisture, infrastructure, past, pasta, sturdy, astute. Meaning: ['pæstʃə(r) /'pɑːs-] n. 1. a field covered with grass or herbage and suitable for grazing by livestock 2. animal food for browsing or grazing. v. 1. let feed in a field or pasture or meadow 2. feed as in a meadow or pasture.
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1 Horses are grazing in the pasture.
2 The cattle were put out to pasture.
3 The cows are out now, grazing in the pasture.
4 This is the place where they used to pasture.
5 The farmer laid the big field up for pasture.
6 They turned out cows to pasture.
7 This pasture carries 200 heads of cattle.
8 These lands afford good pasture.
9 The soil proved too infertile to sustain real pasture or arable crops.
10 This pasture can no longer carry such a large number of cattle and sheep.
11 The highest pasture was green again.
12 Net income on the pasture is ￡2450 per year.
13 The pasture is located on communal land.
14 The village became surrounded by fields and pasture land.
15 Out in the pasture,(www.Sentencedict.com) the princess let her hair down.
16 The hedgerows and pasture where the owls hunt their prey are disappearing as farmers create bigger fields for intensive arable farming.
17 These basic land uses of arable, pasture and meadow were, of course, supplemented at different times.
18 We drove through mile after mile of land cleared for pasture.
19 It was absolutely essential to separate crops from the areas that animals used as pasture.
20 It's about time this old sewing machine was put out to pasture.
21 They were so old; they should have been put out to pasture years ago.
22 The boy got up very early every morning to pasture cattle.
23 Some fields are planted with crops for several years[sentencedict.com], and then returned to pasture for the cattle.
24 High percentage of farm land or all land in permanent pasture made up of rough grazing.
25 At the moment it looks more like a bit of rough pasture ... full of dandelions and clover patches.
26 Horse to horse contact directly or via feed, water troughs, pasture or stable fittings pass the infection to susceptible horses.
27 The Plot Every day, Johnny took his three goats to pasture and then back home.
28 But it's cattle you should think of in this country, perfect dairy pasture, rich it is.
29 They were for ever breaking up each other's fish-weirs and quarrelling over competing interests in pasture and peat cutting.
30 For years he had refused, as it would have upset his hens in their rough pasture.
More similar words: gesture, posture, moisture, infrastructure, past, pasta, sturdy, astute, pastor, disturb, pastime, sturdily, in the past, toothpaste, disturbing, disturbance, pastoralism, nature, future, mature, culture, mixture, rupture, capture, nurture, fixture, texture, picture, tincture, feature.