The grass and herbage is extensively eaten off, and many of the shrubs and young trees eaten or badly mutilated.
She still had her apron full of herbage with her, and her pets were taking it by assault.
When close up, he sees it to be by a grave upon which the herbage has not yet grown.
She blushed, and looked past him at the Six Hills, covered with spring herbage.
Where a few days before was only bare earth, now the herbage stood feet high.
All around was desolation: no spring, no herbage; the bird and the insect were alike mute.
This body was collected on the very margin of that mass of herbage in which the trapper and his companions were hid.
This has been attributed to the abundance of herbage they are then able to obtain.
Sometimes they only use their wings to keep them above the level of the herbage, and to take them along.
They stopped, for there was a quick, rushing sound amongst the herbage.