soilage

1
[ soi-lij ]
/ ˈsɔɪ lɪdʒ /

noun

grass or leafy plants raised as feed for fenced-in livestock.

Nearby words

  1. soil one's hands,
  2. soil pipe,
  3. soil profile,
  4. soil science,
  5. soil stack,
  6. soiling,
  7. soilure,
  8. soiree,
  9. soissons,
  10. soixante-neuf

Origin of soilage

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soilage

2
[ soi-lij ]
/ ˈsɔɪ lɪdʒ /

noun

an act or instance of soiling.
the condition of being soiled.

Origin of soilage

2
First recorded in 1585–95; soil2 + -age

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British Dictionary definitions for soilage

soilage

/ (ˈsɔɪlɪdʒ) /

noun

green fodder, esp when freshly cut and fed to livestock in a confined area
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