At Moissy they headed into a one-lane road, both banks thick with bocage.
The other, benign, face of the bocage was its role as an unbelievably productive larder.
These “Rhinos” sliced through the bocage in seconds and changed the course of the battle.
This is known as the bocage, a name which suggests rich foliage.
You go to the bocage, Adelaide, you are more active than I am.
bocage is a separate district in the Departments of the Orne and Calvados.
The effect of the play was heightened by the splendid acting of bocage and Marie Dorval.
The forest region of the bocage has ever been a theme for poets and painters.
He asks you to go for him to the bocage, and to beg the mother of Jean Nesmy to let her son come back to be my husband.
As early as the 1st of May, some symptoms of commotion had been observed in le bocage.