Definition of depasturage in English:

depasturage

noun

British
  • See depasture

    • ‘The revenue derived from the demise of the great tracts of beech forest, which are frequently included within the limits of depasturage areas, is as nought when compared with the enormous damage which must result to the State from its destruction.’
    • ‘The commoners grazing rights basically mean than anyone living within the Forest of Dartmoor has the right of agistment or depasturage on the moor.’
    • ‘Plaintiff bases his right of recovery solely on depasturage caused by defendant's cattle straying upon the unenclosed grass lands of plaintiff.’
    • ‘It was feared ‘that it would take away a very considerable portion of the depasturage for the cattle’ belonging to some of the town's people.’

Pronunciation

depasturage

/diːˈpɑːstʃɪdʒ/