noun Fine Arts.
Origin of bocage
Examples from the Web for bocage
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.
In "the soft retirement of my bocage de Bentinck Street" the dog-days pass unheeded.Fifteen Chapters of Autobiography|George William Erskine Russell
Bocage is a separate district in the Departments of the Orne and Calvados.Rambles in Normandy|Francis Miltoun
This is known as the Bocage, a name which suggests rich foliage.Normandy|G. E. Mitton
A similar mercy was vouchsafed to this priest of the Bocage.Balthasar|Anatole France
The play was read by Bocage, who took the principal part, that of Brutus, when it was brought out at the Odéon.