verb (used without object), for·aged, for·ag·ing.
verb (used with object), for·aged, for·ag·ing.
Words nearby forage
Origin of forage
OTHER WORDS FROM foragefor·ag·er, nounun·for·aged, adjective
synonym study for forage
Examples from the Web for forager
Roy Reehil, who runs The Forager Press, an internet publishing company, worries, too.
Cook, a forager himself, spent thousands of hours with his subjects, and the text betrays his attachment to them.
Like ants when a forager who has found a honey pot returns to the nest, they are all eager to go and see and taste for themselves.Birds in Town and Village|W. H. Hudson
Why take a capital comrade, a good cook and forager and story-teller, and make him uncomfortable by turning him into an officer?The Long Roll|Mary Johnston
Gissing, wise by now, knew that after a forager the mosquito always retires to the ceiling, so he kept a stepladder in the room.Where the Blue Begins|Christopher Morley
"Well, I've got to take off my hat to you as a forager," said Shorty.Si Klegg, Book 5 (of 6)|John McElroy
It is said that no forager would ever sell any of his loot, that indeed it was a point of honor not to sell.The Soul of John Brown|Stephen Graham