Definition of 'bocage'
Example sentences containing 'bocage'
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The bocage was like a parody of its own past because every commune was a lost world. WHITE LIES (2003)The Arabs lived in Flers in the HLM s. They mostly stayed there too, but any theft in the bocage was blamed on them. WHITE LIES (2003)All over the bocage you could see chicken-shed doors and front gates and plaster walls all painted like tanks. WHITE LIES (2003)
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Used Rarely. bocage is in the lower 50% of commonly used words in the Collins dictionary
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Definition of bocage from the Collins English Dictionary
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