/ (diːˈpɑːstʃə) /
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to graze or denude by grazing (a pasture, esp a meadow specially grown for the purpose)
(tr) to pasture (cattle or sheep)
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How to use depasture in a sentence
Sheep are plentiful and large flocks are brought into the valley to depasture from Cashmere.The Diary of a Hunter from the Punjab to the Karakorum Mountains|Augustus Henry Irby
The rector has a right to the profits of the soil, and he or his tenants can depasture it with sheep.The Legal Position of the Clergy|P. V. Smith