Noun(1) a superficial abrasion(2) the act of grazing
Verb(1) feed as in a meadow or pasture(2) break the skin (of a body part(3) let feed in a field or pasture or meadow(4) scrape gently(5) eat lightly, try different dishes
(1) I can remember my stomach churning when one of my children would take a risk while playing a game and then fall and graze their knee.(2) For comparison, he let cattle graze on two pastures, and fenced them out and made hay from two other pastures.(3) Without junk food on hand, I'm apt to graze on more substantial snacks.(4) A graze is an injury to the skin in which skin is scraped off by rubbing against a rough surface.(5) She landed hard, eagle-spread on the ground, feeling the damp cold rough surface graze her back.(6) The award is something of a quaint relic - freemen have the right to graze sheep on common ground.(7) There are a number of fine hotels in the town where you can graze in style on anything from satay to sushi to cheeseburger.(8) He also explained that in summer some herders migrate further up the mountain, moving into summer shacks, to let their cattle graze on better and different kinds of plants.(9) So, instead of opting for the full blow-out, you could graze for an hour or so after the turkey on tangerines, almonds and the odd soft-centre.(10) He looked perfect, apart from a slight graze at the side of his head.(11) So you could graze and drink at will which we did.(12) Areas unsuited for cultivation are used to graze large herds of sheep, cattle, and goats.(13) This was used in a Talley System which worked like this: Suppose I lent you 5 sheep to graze on your field and cut your grass, I would make a mark for each sheep on a stick.(14) Cattle and sheep graze on pastures grown from its waters.(15) llamas graze the tufts of grass(16) I accept that both the sheep and horses will graze the land.