pacer, to graze, pasture.
rozar, to graze, touch slightly, be on a level (con, with).
She often seated herself beneath the shade of the two cocoa trees, and there she sometimes led her goats to graze.
Having laid before him the motives of their plan, and the object they had in view, they received the highest commendation, and were loaded with promises; and that their countrymen might believe that they had gone out of the city to obtain plunder, they were desired to drive to the city some cattle of the Carthaginians which had been sent out to graze.
But of beasts that graze and browse, a large number have turned their tails rather to a use which throws a pathetic light on misery of which we have little experience.
The sun is big and strong now, the snow is gone, green showing everywhere; the cattle are out to graze.
The Lambs with Wolves shall graze the verdant Mead And Boys in flow'ry Bands the Tyger lead; The Steer and Lion at one Crib shall meet, And harmless Serpents Lick the Pilgrim's Feet.
Steele wrote: I have turned to every verse and chapter, and think you have preserved the sublime, heavenly spirit throughout the whole, especially at "Hark a glad voice," and "The lamb with wolves shall graze."
No cattle graze on that part of the ranch any more.
I watch, the mowers as they go Through the tall grass, a white-sleeved row; With even stroke their scythes they swing, In tune their merry whetstones ring; Behind the nimble youngsters run And toss the thick swaths in the sun; The cattle graze; while, warm and still, Slopes the broad pasture, basks the hill, And bright, when summer breezes break, The green wheat crinkles like a lake.
Against whatever other scheme of reform this objection might be valid, the one it was brought expressly to overturn was impregnable against it, invulnerable to its slightest graze.
"In a former life you were a cow, and near the spot in the jungle where you used to graze was an altar to Shiva.
A grey horse had just got rid of his rider, and after galloping round and round, his head in the air, stopped and began to graze.
The Secretary of Agriculture decides what number and what kind of animals shall graze on each forest.
Preferences to graze live stock on the forest ranges are for the most part granted to stockmen who own improved ranch property and live in or near one of the National Forests.
The total receipts which Uncle Sam collects from the 30,000 or more stockmen who graze their cattle and sheep on the National Forests amount to nearly $2,500,000 annually.
The horses could not graze, and the women who came with their husbands' rations could not reach us without passing within gunshot of the outlying trenches of the Turks, and I have seen a file of them come in, each with a huge loaf of bread on her head, and the bullets from the trenches flying around them, but not one hastening her step or paying the least attention to the danger.
And the leopard will lie down with the kid; The calf and the young lion will graze together, And a little child shall be their leader.
They shall pasture along all ways, Even oh all the bare hills shall they graze.
The fuse in question would, we believe, act even on graze, at any angle over 10°.
If the fuse should be set too long, or from any other cause the shell strikes before the fuse fires the charge, the percussion action fires the shell on graze by the following arrangement:
Chote answered "Oh I have got a capital place; all the morning I sit at my ease on the oil mill, then I have a good dinner and take the bullock out to graze and as it has had a good meal of oilcake it lies down without giving any trouble and I sit in the shade and enjoy myself."
The next day the old cow pretended that she was too weak to rise, and was left behind when the herd went out to graze.
Here Copple said was a place for deer to graze.
They decided to use them for pack animals to carry their blankets, and to proceed slowly toward the mines, killing game, if possible, and permitting their animals to graze and improve in condition as they moved.