Etymology
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pasturage (n.)

1530s, "grazing ground;" 1570s, "the business of feeding or grazing cattle," from Old French pasturage (13c, Modern French pâturage), from pasturer "to pasture" (see pasture (v.)). Middle English had pasturing (n.); late 14c.

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Definitions of pasturage

pasturage (n.)
succulent herbaceous vegetation of pasture land;
Synonyms: herbage
pasturage (n.)
bulky food like grass or hay for browsing or grazing horses or cattle;
Synonyms: eatage / forage / pasture / grass
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