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[fens-roh] /ˈfɛnsˌroʊ/
the uncultivated land on each side of and below a fence.
any uncultivated strip of land within a field, farm, etc. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The cedar trees on the fencerow along our western border have grown thick and tall and have lost their youthful prickliness.
  • Dens might also be dug in a sandy stream valley or along a fencerow.
  • Walk parallel to the fencerow and kick the thicker clumps of cover.
  • During summer, bittersweet remains inconspicuous, slowly climbing and entwining the saplings on a fencerow.
  • Other broods loaf in a brushy fencerow or at the edge of a marsh.
  • Rather, use a fencerow or a property-line hedge as a backdrop, or locate the pile under a stand of trees.
  • Bird use of fencerows: implications of contemporary fencerow management practices.
  • And there was a fencerow-to-fencerow, road-to-road farming message that farmers were given.

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