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  • He got better at foraging for food, from neighbors and churches and the street.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering -- often food and provisions
  • O'Leary bounded happily around him, foraging for dinner scraps.   (source)
    foraging = searching -- often for food and provisions
  • She remembers foraging for food—cold hot dogs and toast—when her mother wasn't home, and sometimes when she was.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering -- often food and provisions
  • Oh, I went foraging down the hill.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering food
  • He stared at them a long time from across the street one morning as they prepared for another day of foraging for food or whatever they could turn to food.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering -- often food and provisions
  • He hid food in his pillowcase and foraged in garbage cans.   (source)
    foraged = searched for and gathered -- often food and provisions
  • They foraged the local factories for pieces of wood, metal, cinder blocks and other materials that might improve it.   (source)
  • Because the prisoners had to eat something, the Bulgarians allowed them to forage away from camp, but if they returned after dark they were shot.   (source)
    forage = search for and gather -- often food and provisions
  • Then they started to forage for wood.   (source)
  • Yesterday we were under fire, to-day we act the fool and go foraging through the countryside, to-morrow we go up to the trenches again.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering food
  • Foraging about, I found a bottle with some brandy left, for Hands; and for myself I routed out some biscuit, some pickled fruits, a great bunch of raisins, and a piece of cheese.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering -- often food and provisions
  • I pull on trousers, a shirt, tuck my long dark braid up into a cap, and grab my forage bag.†   (source)
  • The crazy kid looks to a pile of berries and nuts obviously foraged from the woods.†   (source)
  • Brian and I became expert foragers.†   (source)
  • There was a shape there, bending over: a man, foraging in the garbage cans, shuffling the wine bottles in the desperate hope that there might be something left in one of them.†   (source)
  • After about ten minutes of foraging I was rewarded.†   (source)
  • At the third, she foraged farther afield and returned carrying a handful of weeds and roots.†   (source)
  • Normally they foraged around the salmon cannery, but now they sat on drag floats or buoy bags without stirring a feather, as if made of clay, or rode the tide in Amity Harbor, occasionally flaring overhead, riding the winds with their heads swiveling.†   (source)
  • Thoros of Myr and Beric Dondarrion continue to plague our foraging parties.†   (source)
  • I think you'd better give the man a forage cap.†   (source)
  • The Meis would come out of their cave every few days and forage for food supplies left on the road, and sometimes they would see something that they both agreed was a tragedy to leave behind.†   (source)
  • Sighted two albatross foraging over the ocean, plucking fish and squid from the water's surface with their long hooked beaks.†   (source)
  • Mostly, though, he talks about the Wilds and the people who live there, and I lay my head on his chest and close my eyes and dream of it: of a woman everyone calls Crazy Caitlin, who makes enormous wind chimes out of scrap metal and crushed soda cans; of Grandpa Jones, who must be at least ninety but still hikes through the woods every day, foraging for berries and wild animals to eat; of campfires outside and sleeping under the stars and staying up late to sing and talk and eat, while the night sky goes smudgy with smoke.†   (source)
  • The little food I'd brought with me was soon gone, and I had to stop and forage when I was hungry.†   (source)
  • It must be that they have learned to understand human dumps—where they spend a great deal of time foraging.†   (source)
  • I have begun foraging to supplement my quickly diminishing cache of freeze-dried food.†   (source)
  • We would hide food from one another, squirreling away a precious grilled cheese or fried bologna sandwich, but the hiding places were known to all and foraged by all and the precious commodity was usually discovered and devoured before it got cold.†   (source)
  • We foraged through the piles of sawdust and wood pieces and found Mr. Stone's finger.†   (source)
  • Issue the tavern keeper an Office of Forage certificate.†   (source)
  • Some residents had money to buy more, but most had to spend their time foraging, which involved going to the depots and stalls where various groups were giving out rations or serving free soup and bread.†   (source)
  • Others were edging out into the pastures alongside the road looking for forage.†   (source)
  • My sisters Ruth May and Leah: forager and hunter.†   (source)
  • I park and go inside, hoping to find him foraging for sheet music, but he's nowhere.†   (source)
  • During the day she would forage along the highway where the grass was thick and green, then she would return at nightfall.†   (source)
  • "He's foraging for food in the cafeteria," Matthew says.†   (source)
  • Rats, shrews, and voles go inside the cave, too, either looking for salt or foraging for food, and these small mammals make trails through the cave.†   (source)
  • With wood piled high around the shelter like a barricade, the women found that they had more time to forage for food.†   (source)
  • They were sure to contain plentiful game, and foraging would provide him with an excuse to do a bit of exploring before continuing on his way.†   (source)
  • I thought I heard footsteps on the roof, but told myself it was only an animal foraging for food.†   (source)
  • We carry metal syrup tins, Uncle, Obasan, Stephen, and I, as we forage through the woods in the green mountain light.†   (source)
  • The cattle had spread themselves wide over the range between the Milk and the Missouri in their foraging during the winter.†   (source)
  • We saw dust blowing off the dark hills and a pair of abandoned cars flopped in forage grass, convertibles with shredded tops.†   (source)
  • They rode past stands of aspen which he told her they called quakin' asp on account of the way the wind fluttered in their leaves and he showed her the black scars in their pale trunks where in the winter foraging elk had stripped away the bark.†   (source)
  • After foraging in the fridge for something to eat, he figured he'd lie down in his room and take a nap.†   (source)
  • At the very limit where vegetation could exist, they mowed alpine shoots and grasses to the nub and had to forage ten to twelve hours every day to maintain their mass.†   (source)
  • Thousands of Slavs foraged for new jobs.†   (source)
  • I carried the baby on my back as we cut grass and foraged for roots for our pig.†   (source)
  • Adam was the first to enter the Parlor, on one of his "safaris" where he encourages his sister, April, to forage ahead of him in the great hallways and make like game, as Adam attempts to track her.†   (source)
  • Events that gave a certain lie to the concept of foraging more successfully at night.†   (source)
  • I found the kit in a teenager's room during my first week of foraging for food.†   (source)
  • His hope rests on forage wagons now out scouring the countryside in search of food.†   (source)
  • A soldier came in from foraging, held a white chicken aloft, grinning.†   (source)
  • At lunchtime they just foraged in the fridge instead of cooking.†   (source)
  • On one such warm and sunlit day I made my way north from the den esker, along the crest of a range of hills which overlooked a great valley, rich in forage, and much used by the caribou as a highway south.†   (source)
  • That foraging tongue of hers is inside me like some shad thrashing upstream for dear life.†   (source)
  • These were all forest foods, but the villages had been cleaned out of them (the grubs came from the heart of a palm tree); and no one wanted to go foraging too far in the forest.†   (source)
  • On Sunday and Sunday night a number of survivors from Orlando's suburbs drove through Fort Repose, foraging for food and gasoline.†   (source)
  • After our show, humans forage through the stores.   (source)
    forage = search for and gather desired things
  • He would not hear of the gull going out to forage.   (source)
    forage = search for and gather food
  • They live in colonies where they forage and feed, chatter and fight all day long.   (source)
  • A foraging wild creature, intent above all upon survival, is as strong as the grass.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering food
  • When they had foraged, they rested comfortably in the straw until the western light was quite gone.   (source)
    foraged = searched for and gathered food
  • One evening he attacked and drove off a foraging Aberdeen puppy.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering food
  • Threatened by all kinds of dangers during their foraging flights, many workers die before they have reached even that age.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering food or something else that is desired
  • It takes honeybee workers ten million foraging trips to gather enough nectar to make one pound of honey.   (source)
    foraging = searching and gathering
  • At night, lying alone in my Pooh pajamas, I felt hungry for the skilled touch of a grooming friend, for the cheerful grunts of a play fight, for the easy safety of my nearby troop, foraging through shadows.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering food
  • The going would be troublesome in the wet, and anyway no self-respecting rabbit could leave without a forage round the sheds.   (source)
    forage = search and gathering of food
  • His father, a happy-go-lucky and reckless buck, had thought nothing of living close to human beings except that he would be able to forage in their garden in the early morning.   (source)
    forage = search for and gather food
  • Coming out in the gray light before dawn, the first creature Bigwig saw was Kehaar, foraging between the elders.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering food
  • The amount of food the rabbits produced was not very large, but once inside the wood the bird clearly felt safer and was able to hobble about and do some foraging for itself.   (source)
  • Nothing could look more ludicrous than his forage-cap and his uniform.   (source)
    forage = used when searching for and gathering food
  • Denisov, who had been losing at cards all night, had not yet come home when Rostov rode back early in the morning from a foraging expedition.   (source)
    foraging = searching for and gathering -- often food and provisions
  • Perhaps we can consult you again when we're foraging for food.†   (source)
  • The Bikura were all foraging in the forest.†   (source)
  • I foraged in the medical supplies and found some Vicodin.†   (source)
  • We'd given up on the skis for this foraging trip, opting instead for thick rubber boots.†   (source)
  • During the day they remained hidden; at night they came out and foraged.†   (source)
  • Forage for the hogs makes it worth moi while, but only just.†   (source)
  • "They're made to eat forage," Dr. Metzin explained, "and we're making them eat grain."†   (source)
  • Angelo's walk-in cooler packed full of foraged mushrooms and curing meat.†   (source)
  • He was being interviewed on public radio for a story about foraging.†   (source)
  • The next time I bumped into Angelo I asked him if I could tag along on his next foraging trip.†   (source)
  • All they had in common was foraging — and me.†   (source)
  • I see no reason why foraging for food should be restricted to the countryside.†   (source)
  • The guest list was limited to those people who helped me in my foraging and their partners.†   (source)
  • "I have the passions of foraging, passion of hunting, opera, my work," he told the reporter.†   (source)
  • I had originally hoped to make it with foraged wild greens.†   (source)
  • You could say the honey was foraged too, by the bees who made it.†   (source)
  • Some tasks are fit for lions, he said, but foraging is best left for goats and dogs.†   (source)
  • The baboon was foraging my scalp for munchies.†   (source)
  • There was little forage in the red waste, and less water.†   (source)
  • The Bloody Mummers will be left as well, to do the foraging.†   (source)
  • It's probably forgotten how to forage on its own.†   (source)
  • I told your father I would forage for him, but he refused me.†   (source)
  • Like a half-starved cat, he would forage better in the darkness.†   (source)
  • He was never sent out to forage or hunt, nor allowed to stand a watch alone.†   (source)
  • When the farmer cursed him for a robber, he said, "No, a forager.†   (source)
  • Buzzards, grown arrogant, roosted in the oaks and foraged in the refuse.†   (source)
  • Ron and Ginny marched in obediently; Hermione, Neville and Luna squashed themselves in after them; Harry took one glance back at the Thestrals, now foraging for scraps of rotten food inside the skip, then forced himself into the box after Luna.†   (source)
  • Slughorn strode over to a corner cupboard and, after a moment's foraging, emerged with two very battered-looking copies of Advanced Potion-Making by Libatius Borage, which he gave to Harry and Ron along with two sets of tarnished scales.†   (source)
  • There must be another knife somewhere; if he sets his mind to it, goes foraging, scrapes around in the leftovers, he'd be sure to find one.†   (source)
  • And I come to know Rue, the oldest of six kids, fiercely protective of her siblings, who gives her rations to the younger ones, who forages in the meadows in a district where the Peacekeepers are far less obliging than ours.†   (source)
  • Besides, he wants the people to come around to our side, and if he lets the troops forage, he'll lose all sympathy with the populace.†   (source)
  • We also have a pair of Ned Stark's afterthoughts making a nuisance of themselves by harassing my foraging parties.†   (source)
  • Hitting me when I least expected it, when I was reading or foraging or just lying in my little tent in the woods thinking about my life before the Others came.†   (source)
  • Wanda was forever foraging in her purse for a lighter, swaying and leaning into the person next to her as she babbled amiably.†   (source)
  • The next day was quiet, and the day after that, and on the second day of quiet Saeed and Nadia removed the mattress from their window and dared to venture outside and forage for food but there was none to be found.†   (source)
  • On August 12, he dragged himself out of the bus to forage for berries, after posting a plea for assistance in the unlikely event that someone would stop by while he was away.†   (source)
  • ONE DAY Saeed and Nadia were returning home with no food but modestly full bellies, after a reasonably good evening of foraging, and she was experiencing the peculiar sweet aftertaste and acidity of mustard and ketchup, and Saeed was looking at his phone, when they heard shouting up ahead and saw people running, and they realized that their street was under attack by a nativist mob, Palace Gardens Terrace being roiled in a way that belied its name.†   (source)
  • Andrew is not exaggerating: The journal is little more than a tally of plants foraged and game killed.†   (source)
  • But what about all those days that he followed her, sneaking into her camp while she was away foraging, doing a bit of foraging himself through her belongings, including the diary in which she had written, Sometimes in my tent, late at night, I think I can hear the stars scraping against the sky?†   (source)
  • While the men hauled snow up for water and went foraging outside, trading with neighboring buildings for supplies, the women did their best to clean up, decorate, and cook some food.†   (source)
  • Every third day the entire group of seventy goes into the forest to forage and returns with berries, chalma roots and bark, fruit, and whatever else might be edible.†   (source)
  • Tomorrow, if their pattern holds true, all threescore and ten of the Three Score and Ten will wander into the woods for several hours of foraging.†   (source)
  • As if merely subsisting according to his self-imposed rules weren't strenuous enough, Rosellini also exercised compulsively whenever he wasn't occupied with foraging.†   (source)
  • The steely pinpoints of the stars shone brightly between the dark mountains of buildings that towered above me—the cybersquirrel foraging in a black and frozen New York City.†   (source)
  • My plan was to forage fruit, for a tart, from one of the many fruit trees lining the streets in Berkeley.†   (source)
  • Forage means grass.†   (source)
  • You can say that my forager's meal is unrealistic, but I would answer that the fast-food meal is unrealistic also.†   (source)
  • What I most remember from these early foraging (food-gathering) trips were the scary warnings from my mother.†   (source)
  • I went around the table and spoke of each person's contribution to my foraging education and to this meal.†   (source)
  • MY FORAGING GUIDE As luck would have it, a perfect tutor appeared in my life at exactly the right moment.†   (source)
  • Your lion friends ride into some village, take all the food and every coin they find, and call it foraging.†   (source)
  • And then Jeff and David showed up, and they explained it away by saying that she probably went off to forage, completely ignoring the fact that I feed her twice a day.†   (source)
  • His wolves had often foraged for him as they roamed; it seemed only fitting that he should feed them in the end.†   (source)
  • Once settled in the Peninsula, he had time for something to eat and to forage in several shops until nightfall.†   (source)
  • Startled birds fluttered out of their black recesses; crows awoke in the trees and cawed their alarms, and then, as if calmed by a foraging co-conspirator, kept silent.†   (source)
  • I thought, Someone who can survive in subzero temperatures and forage for food and build a snow cave and start a fire out of nothing.†   (source)
  • He despised being in charge of supplies, but it taught him invaluable lessons about logistics and the way an army could live off the land through foraging when cut off from its supply column.†   (source)
  • Insects and animals alike bustled with activity as they prepared for the fast-approaching night, whether by retreating to their various dens or, in the case of those of a nocturnal bent, by yawning, stretching, and otherwise readying themselves to hunt and forage.†   (source)
  • When I reminded them that Snow Flower was a vegetarian, we took turns walking in groups of two to forage in the forest for bark, weeds, and roots.†   (source)
  • All she knew about the towers was that the man worked alone, an immigrant, for many years, a sort of unimaginable number of years, and used whatever objects he could forage and scrounge.†   (source)
  • Startled birds fluttered out of their black recesses; crows awoke in the trees and cawed their alarms, then, as if calmed by a foraging co-conspirator, kept silent.†   (source)
  • I know from my morning's gossip session that some of the food comes from foraging in the nearby houses, but most of it comes from a warehouse the resistance keeps hidden.†   (source)
  • For four years they had foraged food and clothing in nighttime raids on the compounds of American occupation troops on the island.†   (source)
  • We live on forage, and if the Lannisters deny that to us, we will be down to rats and shoe leather in a moon's turn.†   (source)
  • They acted like two pigs together—nosing about, foraging, jostling their strong bodies against each other, both of them streaked with dirt and grime, both of them delighting in each other's company.†   (source)
  • The Freys are hauling food and fodder down from the Twins, but Ser Ryman claims he does not have enough to share, so we must forage for ourselves.†   (source)
  • How sweeps and patches of lustrous color, how computer fuchsias or rorschach pulses of unnamed shades might indicate a change in water temperature or where the dwindling grizzlies go to forage and mate.†   (source)
  • You just been good and foraged.†   (source)
  • He had outdistanced his supply lines, left food and forage days behind with all his wagons and mules and oxen.†   (source)
  • She lives wild in the inner ghetto, a slice of the South Bronx called the Wall—a girl who forages in empty lots for discarded clothes, plucks spoiled fruit from garbage bags behind bodegas, who is sometimes seen running through the trees and weeds, a shadow on the rubbled walls of demolished structures, unstumbling, a tactful runner with the sweet and easy stride of some creature of sylvan myth.†   (source)
  • Now she was fled, and the small household she'd left could not begin to tend the needs of all the knights, lords, and highborn prisoners Lord Tywin had brought, so the Lannisters must forage for servants as well as for plunder and provender.†   (source)
  • The Brave Companions did most of the foraging for Harrenhal, and Roose Bolton had given them the task of rooting out Lannisters.†   (source)
  • Marq Piper and Karyl Vance have won some small victories, and this southron lordling Beric Dondarrion has been raiding the raiders, falling upon Lord Tywin's foraging parties and vanishing back into the woods.†   (source)
  • Joffrey and his mother, Ilyn Payne and Meryn Trant and Sandor Clegane ...but they were in King's Landing hundreds of miles away, and Ser Gregor had lingered only a few nights before departing again for more foraging, taking Raff and Chiswyck and the Tickler with him.†   (source)
  • He had done all he could to feed the hungry city—he'd set several hundred carpenters to building fishing boats in place of catapults, opened the kings-wood to any hunter who dared to cross the river, even sent gold cloaks foraging to the west and south—yet he still saw accusing eyes everywhere he rode.†   (source)
  • His short stumpy body forced a way through the underscrub; his long food-foraging snout ploughing through the sandy earth in search of his favourite roots.†   (source)
  • Her foragers returned with gnarled cottonwoods, purple brush, sheaves of brown grass.†   (source)
  • These foragers talked about the plants and animals and fungi they had seen and met.†   (source)
  • Stannis Baratheon's foragers had cut the trees down for his siege towers and catapults.†   (source)
  • Bigwig went to get his foragers and Kehaar kept them busy until sunset.†   (source)
  • Everybody came out—hay farmers, clerks, merchants, fishermen, crabbers, carpenters, loggers, net weavers, truck farmers, junk dealers, real estate brigands, hack poets, ministers, lawyers, sailors, squatters, millwrights, cedar rats, teamsters, plumbers, mushroom foragers, and holly pruners.†   (source)
  • Call felt it was slightly absurd having pigs along on a cattle drive, but they had proven good foragers as well as good swimmers.†   (source)
  • And there was no food, beyond their failing horses, fish taken from the lakes (fewer every day), and whatever meagre sustenance their foragers could find in these cold, dead woods.†   (source)
  • Skirting the fires and tables and groups of harried men, the cook led them to a collection of large wooden pens, which contained pigs, cattle, geese, goats, sheep, rabbits, and a number of wild deer the Varden's foragers had captured during their forays into the surrounding wilderness.†   (source)
  • The rest, divided into small bands under the likes of Rattleshirt, Jarl, Tormund Giantsbane, and the Weeper, served as outriders, foragers, and whips, galloping up and down the column endlessly to keep it moving in a more or less orderly fashion.†   (source)
  • They were foragers and gatherers, can redeemers, the people who yawed through subway cars with paper cups.†   (source)
  • The white wolf hunted well away from the line of march, but he was not having much better fortune than the foragers Smallwood sent out after game.†   (source)
  • The river lords are burning their own crops to try and starve us, and your father's foragers are torching every village they take and putting the smallfolk to the sword.†   (source)
  • He walked about a good deal, watched the flying clouds and snapped up everything the foragers brought.†   (source)
  • That little flat-topped forage cap Ashley was wearing looked ridiculous.†   (source)
  • Pork foraged far, at times not coming home all night, and Scarlett did not ask him where he went.†   (source)
  • She inherited a decrepit wooden building — a former temple — and an institution that had had difficulty even feeding its enfeebled inmates, some of whom had had to be sent out foraging for firewood.†   (source)
  • and the watched: and the recurrent flower-laden dawns of that April and May and June filled with bugles, entering a hundred windows where a hundred still unbrided widows dreamed virgin unmeditant upon the locks of black or brown or yellow hair and Judith not one of these: and five of the company, mounted, with grooms and body servants in a forage wagon, in their new and unstained gray made a tour of the State with the flag, the company's colors, the segments of silk cut and fitted but not sewn, from house to house until the sweetheart of each man in the company had taken a few stitches in it, and Henry and Bon not of these either, since they did not join the company until after i†   (source)
  • All this would have to be dished up for the young men at Cardiff next month, he thought; here, on his terrace, he was merely foraging and picnicking (he threw away the leaf that he had picked so peevishly) like a man who reaches from his horse to pick a bunch of roses, or stuffs his pockets with nuts as he ambles at his ease through the lanes and fields of a country known to him from boyhood.†   (source)
  • Foraging parties came lumbering in with their spike-wheeled carts full of bracken, remarking wisely that they must: Get whome with ee breakes ere all summer be gone For tethered up cattle to sit down upon, while others dragged in timber for the castle fires.†   (source)
  • Tony said: "I'll go and forage."†   (source)
  • It was "Pont Street" to wear a signet ring and to give chocolates at the theatre; it was "Pont Street" at a dance to say, "Can I forage for you?"†   (source)
  • Then Ellen died, the butterfly of a forgotten summer two years defunctive now—the substanceless shell, the shade impervious to any alteration or dissolution because of its very weightlessness: no body to be buried: just the shape, the recollection, translated on some peaceful afternoon without bell or catafalque into that cedar grove, to lie in powder-light paradox beneath the thousand pounds of marble monument which Sutpen (Colonel Sutpen now, since Sartoris had been deposed at the annual election of regimental officers the year before) brought in the regimental forage wagon from Charleston, South Carolina and set above the faint grassy depression which Judith told him was Ellen's grave.†   (source)
  • Merlyn had taught him to distrust the logic by which countrysides could be pillaged for forage, husbandmen ruined, soldiers slaughtered, so that he himself should pay a scathless ransom, like the Coeur de Lion of the legends.†   (source)
  • But the only hats obtainable in Atlanta were crudely made wool hats, and they were tackier than the monkey-hat forage caps.†   (source)
  • In this village, after the custom of all dogs in all villages, White Fang went foraging, for food.†   (source)
  • All his days White Fang had foraged among the live things for food.†   (source)
  • The man was dressed like a traveller, in a foraging cap with fur about it, and a heap of cloak.†   (source)
  • This miserable strain confines me to my bed; but Mousqueton forages, and brings in provisions.†   (source)
  • ASLAKSEN begins foraging among a heap of newspapers that are lying on a chair.†   (source)
  • But this foraging took up a good deal of our time, which, even so, we had no cause to regret.†   (source)
  • The same rule held good as to his bed and bedding, and forage for his beasts.†   (source)
  • Forage has not been supplied to the extent...†   (source)
  • Martin went to bed longing for the regularity of working all night and foraging for cigarettes at dawn.†   (source)
  • Tom found it hard to realize that the extermination of America's most numerous and magnificent game beast was in frenzied operation along this river; that bands of Indians were on the warpath, and hide-robbers foraging secretly.†   (source)
  • Like many of the cocksure young men who forage about cities in apparent contentment and who express their cynicism in supercilious slang, Escott was shy and lonely.†   (source)
  • In its solid rooms Carol and Kennicott found prints from other days which the house had seen—tail-coats of robin's-egg blue, clumsy Red River carts laden with luxurious furs, whiskered Union soldiers in slant forage caps and rattling sabers.†   (source)
  • Now and then Jurgis camped out with a gang of them in some woodland haunt, and foraged with them in the neighborhood at night.†   (source)
  • Madame Antoine had cooked little else than the mullets, but while Edna slept Robert had foraged the island.†   (source)
  • She felt old and detached through high-school commencement week, which is the fete of youth in Gopher Prairie; through baccalaureate sermon, senior Parade, junior entertainment, commencement address by an Iowa clergyman who asserted that he believed in the virtue of virtuousness, and the procession of Decoration Day, when the few Civil War veterans followed Champ Perry, in his rusty forage-cap, along the spring-powdered road to the cemetery.†   (source)
  • He had to forage for himself, and he foraged well, though he was oft-times a plague to the squaws in consequence.†   (source)
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