/ (diːˈpɑːstʃə) /
to graze or denude by grazing (a pasture, esp a meadow specially grown for the purpose)
(tr) to pasture (cattle or sheep)
DO YOU KNOW THIS VOCABULARY FROM "THE HANDMAID'S TALE"?
"The Handmaid's Tale" was required reading for many of us in school. Everyone else has probably watched the very popular and addictive TV show. Do you remember this vocabulary from the book, and do you know what these terms mean?
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Words nearby depasture
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Example sentences from the Web for depasture
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