“So if Cliven Bundy wishes to pay taxes or grazing fees—he should pay it to the Shoshone,” she writes.
Imagine the administration has OK'd new rules on grazing cattle on federal land.
Look for endless artichoke fields and grazing roadside cows.
Then, without warning, they shot into the group, grazing two teenage boys with bullets.
The U.S. government says Cliven Bundy owes $1 million in grazing fees and sent in contract cowboys to round up his cattle.
grazing in the wet grass not a dozen steps away was a bay horse, full and round, a perfect beast.
He took us down to see his chickens, and his cow that was grazing on the hillside.
There was no one in sight, and no animals, except one hoary old mule, grazing at the bottom.
In his agitation Hal succeeded only in grazing the top of the animal's back.
Why, its grazing rights extend more than a hundred miles south, away across the Mexican border.
"to feed," Old English grasian "to feed on grass," from græs "grass" (see grass). Cf. Middle Dutch, Middle High German grasen, Dutch grazen, German grasen. Figurative use by 1570s. Related: Grazed; grazing.
"to touch," c.1600, perhaps a transferred sense from graze (v.1) via a notion of cropping grass right down to the ground (cf. German grasen "to feed on grass," used in military sense in reference to cannonballs that rebound off the ground). Related: Grazed; grazing. As a noun from 1690s.
To eat small amounts often: ''I don't eat meals,'' she said. ''I graze all day long''/ Cindy Crawford grazing at the salad bar (1980s+)