Use of graze in Sentences. 29 Examples
The examples include graze at the start of sentence, graze at the end of sentence and graze in the middle of sentence
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graze at the end of sentence
- The sheep continued to graze.
- His knee stung from the graze.
- The cattle were turned out to graze.
graze in the middle of sentence
- I've got a graze on my leg.
- Dab the graze with antiseptic.
- The animals tend to graze in herd.
- It was a deep graze, but nothing more.
- The land is now being used to graze cattle.
- I saw a butterfly graze against the window.
- There was a raw graze across one cheekbone.
- Five cows graze serenely around a massive oak.
- They graze on the algae that grow on the coral.
- At low tide in the estuary, cows graze on the marshes.
- The land is used by local people to graze their animals.
- Their cattle would not be allowed to drink from it, or graze by it.
- There is good grassland here for your cattle and horses to graze on.
- He was back on Monday, with a graze on one cheek and perky as a parrot.
- For the most part the tangs are herbivorous and constantly graze algae.
- Adam walked away from the crash with just a graze on his left shoulder.
- This used to be common land, where everyone had the right to graze animals.
- The counselor would then electronically graze the 70 categorical pots of money.
- Villagers traditionally have the right to graze their cattle on the common land.
- Parents have been warned against allowing children to graze on sweets and snacks .
- Nobody walks on a slope like this for choice, only sheep, and they don't let sheep graze this lot.
- The graze along his cheekbone somehow managed to emphasise the tough, assured air he wore so easily.
- Cattle, herded down to it along drove-ways used from time immemorial, slowly graze across its moist levels.
- The 46,000 animals that graze on common land on Dartmoor may have to be destroyed, although not the area s ponies.
- Only if sheep graze a combination of rough grassland and heather moor will the grassland slowly extend at the expense of moorland.
- Watching badgers graze on bird cherries and elderberries in Gyhll Beck wood is certainly high on my list of happier wildlife experiences.
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