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forage

[ fawr-ij, for- ]
/ 藞f蓴r 瑟d蕭, 藞f蓲r- /
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noun
verb (used without object), for路aged, for路ag路ing.
verb (used with object), for路aged, for路ag路ing.
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Origin of forage

First recorded in 1275鈥1325; Middle English, from Old French fourrage, derivative of fuerre fodder (from Germanic )

synonym study for forage

1. See feed.

OTHER WORDS FROM forage

for路ag路er, nounun路for路aged, adjective
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British Dictionary definitions for forage

forage
/ (藞f蓲r瑟d蕭) /

noun
verb

Derived forms of forage

forager, noun

Word Origin for forage

C14: from Old French fourrage, probably of Germanic origin; see food, fodder
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